Readings in Canadian Foreign Policy: Classic Debates and New Ideas by Duane BrattReadings in Canadian Foreign Policy: Classic Debates and New Ideas by Duane Bratt

Readings in Canadian Foreign Policy: Classic Debates and New Ideas

byDuane Bratt, Christopher J. Kukucha

Paperback | February 4, 2015

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Readings in Canadian Foreign Policy combines classic and contemporary selections with original contributions written specifically for this volume. Showcasing cutting-edge perspectives alongside more traditional viewpoints, this reader offers students a well-rounded examination of foreignpolicy in Canada.
Duane Bratt is chair and professor in the Department of Policy Studies at Mount Royal University. He teaches in the area of international relations and Canadian public policy, with specialty in the sub-field of Canadian foreign policy. His primary research interest is in the area of Canadian nuclear policy. In addition to co-editing Re...
Title:Readings in Canadian Foreign Policy: Classic Debates and New IdeasFormat:PaperbackDimensions:544 pages, 9 × 7 × 0.68 inPublished:February 4, 2015Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

Part One: Studying Canadian Foreign Policy: Varying Approaches1. John J. Kirton: The 10 Most Important Books on Canadian Foreign Policy2. Claire Turenne Sjolander and Heather A. Smith: The Practice, Purpose, and Perils of List-Making: A Response to John Kirton's "10 Most Important Books on Canadian Foreign Policy" NEW3. Adam Chapnick: Canadian Foreign Policy, 1945-19684. John W. Holmes: Most Safely in the MiddleTom Keating: Update: The Twilight of Multilateralism in Canadian Foreign Policy? NEW5. David B. Dewitt and John J. Kirton: Three Theoretical PerspectivesJohn J. Kirton: Update: Canada as a Principal Power6. Stephen Clarkson: The Choice to Be MadeBrian Bow and Patrick Lennox: BNEWUpdate: The "Independence" Debates, Then and Now: False Choices and Real Challenges7. Nicole Wegner: (De)constructing Foreign Policy Narratives: Canada in Afghanistan NEW8. Sean McMahon: Hegemony in the Local Order and Accumulation in the Global: Canada and Libya NEWPart Two: External Factors and Canadian Foreign Policy9. Christopher Kirkey and Michael Hawes: Canada in an Age of Unipolarity: Structural Change and Canadian Foreign Policy NEW10. Geoffrey Hale: Canada-US Relations: Proximity and Distance in Perspective NEW11. Charles Burton: The Dynamic of Relations Between Canada and China NEW12. Paul Heinbecker: Canada's World Can Get A Lot Bigger: The Group of 20, Global Governance, and Security NEWSelected BibliographyPart Three: Domestic Factors and Canadian Foreign Policy13. Paul Gecelovsky: Of Legacies and Lightning Bolts: Another Look at the Prime Minister and Canadian Foreign Policy14. Gerald J. Schmitz: Parliament and Canadian Foreign Policy: Between Paradox and Potential NEW15. Patrice Dutil: The Institutionalization of Foreign Affairs (1909-2013)16. Anita Singh: The Indo-Canadian Diaspora and Canadian Foreign Policy: Lessons Learned and Moving Forward NEW17. David Carment and Joe Landry: Civil Society and Canadian Foreign Policy NEWPart Four: Security18. Kim Richard Nossal: Defending Canada NEW19. Stephane Roussel and Jean-Christophe Boucher: The Myth of the Pacific Society: Quebec's Contemporary Strategic Culture NEW20. Douglas Alan Ross: Canadian International Security Policy in the 21st Century: Closing the Book on the Sutherland Era? Not at All NEW21. Rob Huebert: Canadian Arctic Sovereignty and Security in a Transforming Circumpolar WorldPart Five: Trade and Other Economic Issues22. Michael Hart: Breaking Free: A Post-Mercantilist Trade and Productivity Agenda for Canada NEW23. Stephen McBride: Canada's Policy Response to the Global Financial Crisis24. Elizabeth Smythe: Canada and the Negotiations of Investment Rules: Open for Whose Business?25. Duane Bratt: The Energy Triangle: Canada, the United States, and China NEWPart Six: Social Considerations: The Need to Do More?26. Heather A. Smith: Choosing Not to See: Canada, Climate Change, and the Arctic NEW27. Stephen Brown: Aid Effectiveness and the Framing of New Canadian Aid28. David Black: The Harper Government, Africa Policy, and the Relative Decline of Humane Internationalism NEWAppendix A: Key Terms in Canadian Foreign PolicyAppendix B: Key Dates in Canadian Foreign Policy

Editorial Reviews

"This text includes both classic readings in Canadian foreign policy and more contemporary ones. This ensures that students are exposed to a variety (historical, theoretical, empirical) of readings - and scholars - in the field." --Edna Keeble, Saint Mary's University