Canada Among Nations, 2002: A Fading Power.

By: Hillmer, Norman and Maureen Appel Molot. (editors).

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8vo - 22.5 x 15.5 cm.; xii - 299 pp. A publication, the eighteenth in the series, from the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs at Carleton University. Contents: 1 - "The Diplomacy of Decline" by Maureen Appel Molot and Norman Hillmer, 2 - "Canadian-American Relations: Does Canada Matter in Washington? Does It Matter if Canada Dosen't Matter?" by Andrew Cohen, 3 - "Fading Power of Rising Power: 11 September and Lessons from the Section 110 Experience" by Christopher Sands, 4 - "Another NEP: The Bush Energy Plan and Canada's Political and Policy Responses" by G. Bruce Doern and Monica Gattinger, 5 - "The Open Door Behind the Moat: Canadian Refugee Policy from a Comparative Perspective" by Stephen Gallagher, 6 - "How Much Was Never Enough? Canadian Defence and 11 September" by Dean F. Oliver, 7 - "Contemporary Threats, Future Tasks: Canadian Intelligence and the Challenges of Global Security" by Martin Rudner, 8 - "Blood Money: International Terrorist Fundraising in Canada" by Stewart Bell, 9 - "Canada and International Health: A Time of Testing on AIDS" by John W. Foster, 10 - "Canada as a Principal Summit Power: G-7/8 Concert Diplomacy from Halifax 1995 to Kananaskis 2002" by John Kirton, 11 - "In Search of Hemispheric Role: Canada and the Americas" by Stephen J. Randall, 12 - "Trapped: Brazil, Canada and the Aircraft Dispute" by Jean Daudelin, 13 - "Canada and the Commonwealth" by W. David McIntyre.

Title: Canada Among Nations, 2002: A Fading Power.

Author Name: Hillmer, Norman and Maureen Appel Molot. (editors).

Categories: Canadiana - Political Life,

Publisher: Toronto, Ontario., Oxford University Press: 2002

ISBN Number: 0195417917

ISBN Number 13: 9780195417913

Binding: Softcover

Book Condition: Near Fine

Seller ID: 26988

Keywords: Canadiana; Politics; Foreign Affairs; History; Security; Economy; Free Trade; September 11; NEP; George Bush; Refugee; Blood Money; AIDS; G-7; Kananaskis; Brazil; Commonwealth;