Canada and World Order: The Multilateralist Tradition in Canadian Foreign Policy by Tom KeatingCanada and World Order: The Multilateralist Tradition in Canadian Foreign Policy by Tom Keating

Canada and World Order: The Multilateralist Tradition in Canadian Foreign Policy

byTom Keating

Paperback | October 17, 2012

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Now in its third edition, Canada and World Order is an up-to-date survey of the events and policies that have made Canada a global player from the 1940s to the present. Arguing that international cooperation has been one of the most important defining characteristics of Canadian foreignpolicy, the text examines how Canada's multilateralist efforts have changed over time and across a variety of issues in the pursuit of a diverse range of international objectives.
Tom Keating is professor of political science and former vice dean of the Faculty of Arts at the University of Alberta. In addition to Canada and World Order, Third Edition, Keating has co-authored Building Sustainable Peace (University of Alberta Press, 2004) and co-edited Global Politics (OUP Canada, 2010), both with W. Andy Knight.
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Title:Canada and World Order: The Multilateralist Tradition in Canadian Foreign PolicyFormat:PaperbackDimensions:336 pages, 9 × 7 × 0.64 inPublished:October 17, 2012Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0195437683

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Table of Contents

Introduction: Multilateralism in Canadian Foreign Policy1. Designing the International Order: Canadian Interests in Post-War International Organizations2. Reviving the Global Economy: Canada and the Bretton Woods System3. Confronting the Security Dilemma: Canada and the Formation of NATO4. Coping with the Cold War: Canada's Response to the Superpower Impasse at the UN5. The Limits of Multilateralism: Canada's Responses to a Changing Global Economy6. Bridging the East-West Divide: NATO in an Era of Detente7. Multilateralism in Flux: Looking for Order in the Post-Cold War World8. Globalization and Multilateralism: Canada and the Reform of Global Economic Institutions9. Redefining Searching for Security in the Post-Cold War Era10. Multilateralism in a Time of Transition NEW11. Security in an Age of Intervention NEW

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"Keating does an outstanding job of detailing key defining moments and events in the development of the foundation of Canadian foreign policy post-World War II." --Jim Fergusson, Brock University