Canada Among Nations, 1996: Big Enough to be Heard - Big Enough to be Heard (Public Policy Series No. 19)

Canada Among Nations, 1996: Big Enough to be Heard - Big Enough to be Heard (Public Policy Series No. 19)

By: Maureen Appel Molot (author), Fen Osler Hampson (author)Paperback

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Canada is a relatively small player on the world scene, but is still big enough to be heard. The theme of this year's volume of Canada Among Nations is the need for choices in Canadian foreign policy. In an environment of fiscal constraint, the necessity of choice is related to establishing priorities within the multitude of international organizations to which Canada belongs. If we can no longer afford to be a member of a large number of international institutions, which memberships will we uphold and on what grounds will we decide? These questions and others are addressed from a variety of standpoints. As in the past, each article in Canada Among Nations is a free-standing contribution. Contributors have their own distinctive viewpoints and perspectives on where Canada stands in the community of nations and where the country's foreign policy priorities should lie.

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Product Details

  • publication date: 15/05/1996
  • ISBN13: 9780886292829
  • Format: Paperback
  • Year: 1996-97
  • Number Of Pages: 336
  • ID: 9780886292829
  • ISBN10: 0886292824

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