The Trading Clubs of Europe, their rules and origins
Chapter One: Sampling the Smörgåsbord of Nordic Relations with Europe – Lesley Riddoch and Paddy Bort
Chapter Two: Norden – an intertwined history – Mary Hilson
Chapter Three: Lessons from Iceland – Jón Baldvin Hannibalsson
Chapter Four: A Reverse Greenland? – Ulrik Pram Gad
Chapter Five: The Faroe Islands – All about Fish – Bjørt Samuelsen
Chapter Six: Fishing, Forestry and Agriculture: Sustainability and the ‘Norwegian Model’ – Duncan Halley
Chapter Seven: No Signs of Swexit – Sweden and the European Union – Eberhard Bort
Chapter Eight: Finland – Totally in and helping to write the EU rulebook – Tuomas Iso-Markku
Chapter Nine: Options for Scotland – Lesley Riddoch
Nordic Country Profiles
LESLEY RIDDOCH, writer, journalist and broadcaster, is one of the most popular personalities in Scottish media. She is a weekly columnist for The Scotsman and a regular commentator in other papers. In 2006 she was shortlisted for the Orwell prize for political writing. During the 1990s, she was founder of the feminist magazine Harpies and Quines, assistant editor of The Scotsman (where she edited a special edition known as The Scotswoman written by its female staff in 1995), and contributing editor of the Sunday Herald. Her latest work is the popular Blossom: What Scotland Needs to Flourish.
EBERHARD ‘PADDY’ BORT, a graduate in English and German of Tübingen University, is a Lecturer in Politics at the University of Edinburgh and the Academic Coordinator of the Institute of Governance. His teaching has included Scottish Society and Culture, Contemporary Irish Politics and British Studies. He is currently the Book Reviews Editor of Scottish Affairs.