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Ripples Looming from Scotland's Independence Referendum

... warning that the new state would have to build its own armed forces – thus incurring a catastrophic drop in its security ( Scotland analysis: Defence / HM Government. October 2013.) While Euroskepticism is a British phenomenon, Europhobia is a largely English one. Both the Scots and the Welsh have grown used to this ... ... economics, although other factors are also significant, in the complete absence of an oppressed minority. Hence, the Scottish referendum matters both to the UK and to Europe as a whole. Notably, in anticipation of the referendum, Britain’s main political ...

24.06.2014

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