House of Commons Session 2012-13

Foreign Affairs Committee - HC 643 - The foreign policy implications of and for a separate Scotland


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1. Fabian Zuleeg, Chief Economist, European Policy Centre, Brussel (SCO 1)

2. Dr Andrew Blick, University of Kent and Senior Research Fellow at the Centre for Political and Constitutional Studies, King's College London and Professor Richard G. Whitman, University of Kent and Associate Fellow, Chatham House (SCO 2)

3. Professor Malcolm Chalmers, Research Director / Director, UK Defence Policy, Royal United Services (SCO 3)

4. Dr Daniel Kenealy, Lecturer in Politics & International Relations and Deputy Director of the Scottish Graduate School of Social Science, University of Edinburgh (SCO 4)

5. Graham Avery, Senior Member of St. Antony’s College, Oxford University, Senior Adviser at the European Policy Centre, Brussels, and Honorary Director-General of the European Commission (SCO 5)

6. British American Security Information Council (SCO 6)

7. Dr James Ker-Lindsay, Senior Research Fellow, Politics of South East Europe European Institute, London School of Economics and Political Science (SCO 7)

8. Foreign and Commonwealth Office (SCO 8)

9. Dr Phillips O’Brien, Director of the Scottish Centre for War Studies, University of Glasgow (SCO 9)

10. Professor Richard Rose, Director, Centre for the Study of Public Policy, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow (SCO 10)

11. Scotch Whiskey Association (SCO 11)

12. Professor Matthew Craven, Professor of International Law and Dean of the Faculty of Law and Social Sciences, SOAS (SCO 12)

13. Dr Jo Eric Khushal Murkens, London School of Economics and Political Science, Department of Law and Professor Robert Hazell, Director Constitution Unit School of Public Policy (SCO 13)

14. Professor Nigel White, School of Law, University of Nottingham (SCO 14)

15. Sir James Craig (SCO 15)

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Prepared 24 January 2013