Canada in the World: Internationalism in Canadian Foreign Policy by Heather A. SmithCanada in the World: Internationalism in Canadian Foreign Policy by Heather A. Smith

Canada in the World: Internationalism in Canadian Foreign Policy

byHeather A. Smith, Claire Turenne Sjolander

Paperback | October 22, 2012

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Canada in the World brings together leading academics of internationalism and Canadian foreign policy to offer unique and theoretically original interpretations of Canada's current role on the world's stage. Exploring foreign policy developments of the last twenty years, this text analyzeshow they deviate or reinforce traditional perceptions of Canada abroad.
Heather A. Smith is professor of International Studies in the Department of International Studies at the University of Northern British Columbia. She is a 3M National Teaching Fellow (2006) and a two-time UNBC Teaching Excellence Award winner. Claire Turenne Sjolander is professor of Political Science at the School of Political Studie...
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Title:Canada in the World: Internationalism in Canadian Foreign PolicyFormat:PaperbackDimensions:368 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.61 inPublished:October 22, 2012Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0195443691

ISBN - 13:9780195443691

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Table of Contents

Heather A. Smith and Claire Turenne Sjolander: Introduction: Conversations without Consensus - Internationalism under the Harper GovernmentPart I: Internationalism from the Inside1. Heather Smith: Teaching Internationalism: Bringing Canada and the World into the Classroom2. Kim Richard Nossal: The Liberal Past in the Conservative Present: Internationalism in the Harper Era3. Justin Massie and Stephane Roussel: The Twilight of Internationalism? Neocontinentalism as an Emerging Dominant Idea in Canadian Foreign Policy4. Jean-Christope Boucher: The Responsibility to Think Clearly about Interests: Stephen Harper's Realist Internationalism, 2006-20115. Anita Singh: Internationalism in Canada-India Bilateral Relations under Stephen Harper6. Andrew Lui: Sleeping with the Dragon: The Harper Government, China, and How Not to Do Human Rights7. Paul Gecelovsky: The Prime Minister and the Parable: Stephen Harper and Personal Responsibility Internationalism8. Daryl Copeland: Once Were Diplomats: Can Canadian Internationalism Be Rekindled?Part II: Internationalism from the Outside9. Mark B. Salter: Citizenship, Borders, and Mobility: Managing the Population of Canada and the World10. Veronica M. Kitchen: Where Is Internationalism? Canada-US Relations in the Context of the Global and the Local11. Krystel Carrier and Rebecca Tiessen: Women and Children First: Maternal Health and the Silencing of Gender in Canadian Foreign Policy12. Heather A. Smith: Forget the Fine Tuning: Internationalism, the Arctic, and Climate Change13. David Black: The Harper Government, Africa Policy, and the Relative Decline of Humane Internationalism14. Claire Turenne Sjolander: Canada and the Afghan "Other": Identity, Difference, and Foreign PolicyClaire Turenne Sjolander and Heather A. Smith: Conclusion Canada, the World and the Inside/Outside of Internationalism

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"The use of internationalism as an organizing concept to assess and unpack foreign policy in the current Harper era is compelling and timely." --Edna Keeble, St. Mary's University