Canadian Foreign Policy in a Changing World

Paperback | August 16, 2006

byJohn Kirton

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Canadian Foreign Policy in a Changing World highlights the descriptive record of Canadian foreign policy, especially in the period since 1945 but also reaching back centuries before. This current and up-to-date text concentrates on the record of, and reasons behind, Canadian foreign policy during the contemporary period. This text situates the subject of Canadian foreign policy directly in the field of international politics. This first edition is a must have for students studying the changing world of Canadian foreign policy.

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Canadian Foreign Policy in a Changing World highlights the descriptive record of Canadian foreign policy, especially in the period since 1945 but also reaching back centuries before. This current and up-to-date text concentrates on the record of, and reasons behind, Canadian foreign policy during the contemporary period. This text sit...

Format:PaperbackDimensions:600 pages, 9.2 × 7.3 × 1 inPublished:August 16, 2006Publisher:Nelson College IndigenousLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:017625207X

ISBN - 13:9780176252076

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Preface and AcknowledgementsList of Acronyms and Abbreviations1.Introduction to Canadian Foreign PolicyPart I: Theoretical Perspectives2.Premises and Principles3.Canada As a Liberal Internationalist Middlepower4.The Liberal-Internationalist Perspective5.The Peripheral Dependence Perspective6.The Complex Neo-Realist PerspectivePart II: The Historical Evidence7.Capabilities and Behaviour8.The St. Laurent, Diefenbaker and Pearson Years9.The Trudeau and Clark Years10.The Mulroney Years11.The Chrétien Years12.The Martin and Harper YearsPart III: The Policymaking Process13.Governmental Determinants14.Societal Determinants15.External DeterminantsPart IV: Regional Overviews16.Canada-United States Relations: Theory17.Canada-US Relations, Evidence18.North America19.Europe20.Asia Pacific21.The Americas22.Africa and the Middle EastPart V: Global Governance23.The United Nations24.The Group of EightReferencesAppendicesChronology of Major Events in Canadian Foreign Policy