Scottish independence referendum: The issues Defence
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Scottish independence would be the "biggest move towards nuclear disarmament the world has ever seen", Pete Wishart, SNP MP for Perth and Perthshire North has said.
The BBC's Cameron Buttle looks at what a Scottish defence force might look like if the electorate vote "Yes" on 18 September.
The BBC's Reevel Alderson focuses on the issue of national security in an independent Scotland and what that could look like.
The BBC's James Cook looks at the military alliance Nato and whether an independent Scotland would become a member.
Nato would welcome an independent Scotland even if the country removed Trident, the former UK ambassador to the military alliance says.
The defence policies in the Scottish government's White Paper are "amateurish" and "dangerous", a former Nato commander says.
Glenn Campbell chairs, as Alex Salmond and Alistair Darling go head-to-head at Glasgow's Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum.
More than 30 ministers sign a declaration backing Scottish independence, saying it is the only way to abolish nuclear weapons in Scotland.
The BBC's James Cook looks at the question of how a Yes vote could affect the UK's nuclear weapons programme.
Moving Trident nuclear submarines out of an independent Scotland would be "very difficult but not impossible", according to a study.