June 9, 2014

Europe, U.S. Don't Want Salmond's Scotland

Tom Gallagher, Daily Telegraph

The Associated Press

The prospect of an independent Scotland is unsettling even normally laid-back leaders like President Barack Obama and Carl Bildt of Sweden, a foreign minister with experience of post-Cold War tensions that no current British decision-maker can claim.

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