Canadian Foreign Policy in Critical Perspective

Paperback | September 30, 2009

byJ. Marshall Beier, Lana Wylie

not yet rated|write a review
Canadian Foreign Policy in Critical Perspective is a provocative collection of thirteen original essays that questions many of the basic assumptions in Canadian foreign policy and much of its conventional wisdom. By taking a self-consciously critical approach to specific issues, the authorsencourage students to question their own assumptions and investigate alternative ways of thinking about Canada's place in the world and its relations with other nations. With a strong Canadian focus, this text gives students access to cutting-edge research on topics like Canada's ongoing involvementin Afghanistan, Canada-US border policy, the scarcity of French-language literature on Canadian foreign policy, and more. The book also makes original contributions to the literature on Canadian foreign policy through coverage of cases, issues, and dilemmas that have been neglected in the existingliterature.

Pricing and Purchase Info

$54.95

Ships within 1-3 weeks
Ships free on orders over $25

From the Publisher

Canadian Foreign Policy in Critical Perspective is a provocative collection of thirteen original essays that questions many of the basic assumptions in Canadian foreign policy and much of its conventional wisdom. By taking a self-consciously critical approach to specific issues, the authorsencourage students to question their own assum...

J. Marshall Beier is Associate Professor in the Department of Political Science at McMaster University. Lana Wylie is Assistant Professor in the Department of Political Science at McMaster University.

other books by J. Marshall Beier

Format:PaperbackDimensions:260 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.5 inPublished:September 30, 2009Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0195428889

ISBN - 13:9780195428889

Look for similar items by category:

Customer Reviews of Canadian Foreign Policy in Critical Perspective

Reviews

Extra Content

Table of Contents

M. Beier and L. Wylie: Introduction: 'What's So Critical about Canadian Foreign Policy?'Part I: Doing Canadian Foreign Policy1. Heather A. Smith: 'Disciplining Nature of Canadian Foreign Policy'2. Samantha Arnold: 'Home and Away: Public Diplomacy and the Canadian Self'Part II: Fighting the Global War on Terror3. Ann Denholm Crosby: 'Canada-US Defence Relations: Weapons of Mass Control and a Praxis of Mass Resistance'4. Claire T. Sjolander and Kathryn Trevenen: 'Constructing Canadian Foreign Policy: Myths of Good International Citizens, Protectors, and the War in Afghanistan'5. Colleen Bell: 'Fighting the War and Winning the Peace: Three Critiques of Canada's Role in Afghanistan'6. Mark B. Salter: 'Canadian Border Policy as Foreign Policy: Security, Policing, Management'Part III: Security and Self after 9/117. Kyle Grayson: 'Clandestine Convergence: Human Security, Power, and Canadian Foreign Policy'8. David Mutimer: 'No CANDU: The Multiply-Nuclear Canadian Self'9. Alison Howell: 'The Art of Governing Trauma: Treating PTSD in the Canadian Military as a Foreign Policy Practice'10. Mark Neufeld: '"Happy Is the Land That Needs No Hero": The Pearsonian Tradition and the Canadian Intervention into Afghanistan'Part IV: Other Diplomacies11. Rebecca Tiessen: 'Youth Ambassadors Abroad? Canadian Foreign Policy and Public Diplomacy in the Developing World'12. Stephane Roussel: 'About Solitude, Divorce, and Neglect: The Linguistic Division in the Study of Canadian Foreign Policy'13. J. Marshall Beier: 'At Home on Native Land: Canada and the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples'Lana Wylie: Conclusion: 'Critical Conclusions about Canadian Foreign Policy'