This paper looks at the UK’s approach to defence and the potential consequences of Scottish independence.
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This is the sixth paper in the UK government’s Scotland analysis series and looks at:
- how the UK and Scotland benefit from an integrated approach to defence
- the UK’s international defence alliances and relationships
- the opportunities for the UK’s defence industry that a single, UK wide, domestic defence market and exports provides
The paper also looks at the possible consequences for Scotland, if it were no longer part of the UK.
Published: 8 October 2013
Updated: 28 February 2014
- Added updated infographic PDF.
- First published.