This book addresses the premise that the question of who governs Scotland has become increasingly ambiguous, thanks in part to European integration, globalisation and devolution within the UK. It argues that although the concept of multi-level governance helped illuminate regionalism with the EU, it was not an appropriate model for Scotland. This well researched and powerfully argued book, adds greatly to the debate on constitutional reform, and offers invaluable insight into the Scottish Parliament's foreign affair agenda.

chapter |9 pages

Who governs Scotland?

chapter |15 pages

An emerging political arena

chapter |16 pages


A Westminster by-pass?

chapter |17 pages

1999: business as usual?

chapter |11 pages

The EU and international affairs

Drivers for autonomy?