Small States in the Modern World: Opportunities and Vulnerabilities

Michael Keating, Professor of Scottish Politics at the University of Aberdeen, discusses the factors which make a small state successful, noting that such states have a stake in rules-based international regimes, but have pursued highly divergent social and economic models. This blog is part of our project on ‘Small States in the EU’ with the Scottish Centre on European Relations.  At one time, it was … Continue reading Small States in the Modern World: Opportunities and Vulnerabilities