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By Brian Bow,Patrick Lennox

ISBN-10: 0802096344

ISBN-13: 9780802096340

ISBN-10: 0802096905

ISBN-13: 9780802096906

Forty years in the past, because the usa grew to become more and more occupied with Vietnam, questions have been raised in Canada in regards to the dating among its international coverage time table and that of its southern neighbour. Now, with the new wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, it's time to elevate an analogous questions: does Canada want an self sustaining overseas coverage? Does Canada have the means and may to chart its personal course?

Divided into sections concerning the background of Canadian international coverage, international relations, defense, economics, decision-making and new coverage concerns, this choice of well-liked political scientists presents invaluable and well timed views at the kingdom of Canada's diplomacy within the twenty-first century. interpreting pertinent matters corresponding to defence, defense, the Arctic, worldwide environmental cooperation, NAFTA, and the post-9/11 global, those obtainable and insightful essays are a long-overdue reassessment of Canada and its present position in foreign affairs. An self sustaining overseas coverage for Canada? asks the query that's probably extra very important now than 40 years in the past and offers solutions so pertinent to the twenty-first century.

Contributors
Brian Bow
Adam Chapnick
Stephen Clarkson
Patricia Goff
Stephanie R. Golob
Geoffrey Hale
Rob Huebert
Christopher Kukucha
Patrick Lennox
Christopher Sands
Heather A. Smith

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