Scott, P(aul) H(enderson)

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SCOTT, P(aul) H(enderson)

SCOTT, P(aul) H(enderson). Scottish, b. 1920. Genres: History, International relations/Current affairs, Politics/Government, Biography, Essays. Career: Control Commission for Germany, Berlin, member of Quadripartite Committee, 1947-50; British Diplomatic Service, 1950-80, served in foreign office, 1950-53, first secretary in Warsaw, 1953-55, first secretary in La Paz, 1955-59, assistant head of United Nations department, 1959-62, counsellor in Havana, Cuba, 1962-64, affiliated with Canadian National Defense College, 1964-65, deputy commissioner-general at Expo-67 in Montreal, Canada, 1965-67, counsellor in Vienna, Austria, 1968-71, consul- general in Montreal, 1971-75, research associate at International Institute for Strategic Studies, 1975-76, assistant under-secretary of state and negotiator for European Economic Community, 1976-77, minister and consul-general in Milan, Italy, 1977-80. Rector of Dundee University, 1989-92. Served on councils and commissions. Publications: 1707: The Union of Scotland and England, 1979; Walter Scott and Scotland, 1981; John Galt, 1985; In Bed with an Elephant, 1985; Cultural Independence, 1989; The Thinking Nation, 1989; Towards Independence: Essays on Scotland, 1991; Andrew Fletcher and the Treaty of Union, 1992; Scotland in Europe, 1992; Defoe in Edinburgh and Other Papers, 1995; Scotland: An Unwon Cause, 1997; Still in Bed with an Elephant, 1998; The Boasted Advantages, 1999; A Twentieth Century Life, 2002. EDITOR: (with A.C. Davis) The Age of MacDiarmid, 1980; Sir Walter Scott's Letters of Malachi Malagrowther, 1981; Andrew Fletcher's United and Separate Parliaments, 1982; (with G. Bruce) A Scottish Postbag, 1986; (with A.C. Davis) Policy for the Arts: A Selection of AdCAS Papers, 1991; Scotland: A Concise Cultural History, 1993; Scotland's Ruine, 1995. Contributor to anthologies and periodicals. Address: 33 Drumsheugh Gardens, Edinburgh EH3 7RN, Scotland.