Canada Among Nations, 2005
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|Format: ||Paperback / softback, 295 pages, 2005 Edition|
|Published In: ||Canada, 15 December 2005|
In the 2005 edition of the Canada Among Nations series, contributors explore the divergences - the split - between Canada and other countries in a number of foreign policy areas, including defence and economic strategies. This volume highlights Canada's pivotal relationship with the U.S. in contrast to relations with Mexico and Australia and its potential associations with Brazil, Russia, India, and China. Canada Among Nations, 2005 also examines divergences at the organizational level as outlined in the 2005 International Policy Review and the split between Foreign Affairs Canada and International Trade Canada. Canada Among Nations is produced by the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs, Carleton University and The Centre for International Governance Innovation.
Table of Contents
Contributors include Tom Axworthy (Historica Foundation), Louis Belanger (Universite Laval), Bogdan Buduru (Carleton University), Derek H. Burney (Carleton University), David C. Elder (Queen's University), Paul Evans (University of British Columbia), Rafael Fernandez de Castro (Instituto Tecnologico Autonomo de Mexico), Annette Hester (Centre for International Governance Innovation), Joseph T. Jockel (St Lawrence University), W. Andy Knight (University of Alberta), Ramesh C. Kumar (University of Waterloo), James Lee (Library of Parliament), Nigmendra Narain (University of Western Ontario), Kim Richard Nossal (Queen's University), Gerry Schmitz (Library of Parliament), Daniel Schwanen (Centre for International Governance Innovation), Joel J. Sokolsky (Royal Military College of Canada), Jennifer Welsh (University of Oxford), and John Whalley (University of Western Ontario).
Provides an in-depth examination of the search for balance in Canada's foreign policy with respect to both its close and complex relationship with the US and its potential associations with emergent powers
About the Author
Andrew F. Cooper is professor, political science, University of Waterloo, and associate director, Centre for International Governance Innovation.Dane Rowlands is associate professor and associate director, The Norman Paterson School of International Aff
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