Edited by Duane Bratt and Christopher J. Kukucha
List of Contributors
Part I Studying Canadian Foreign Policy: Varying Approaches
1. John Kirton: The 10 Most Important Books on Canadian Foreign Policy
2. Adam Chapnick: Canadian Foreign Policy, 1945 -- 1968
3. John W. Holmes: Most
Safely in the Middle
Tom Keating: Update Canada and the New Multilateralism
4. David B. Dewitt and John Kirton: Three Theoretical Perspectives
John Kirton: Update Canada as a Principal Power 2010
5. Stephen Clarkson: The Choice to Be Made
Brian Bow and Patrick Lennox: Update
The 'Independence' Debates, Then and Now: False Choices and Real Challenges
6. Claire Turenne Sjolander and Kathryn Trevenen: Constructing Canadian Foreign Policy: Myths of Good International Citizens, Protectors, and the War in Afghanistan
7. Mark Neufeld: Democratization in/of Canadian
Foreign Policy: Critical Reflections
Part II External Factors and Canadian Foreign Policy
8. Donald Barry: Managing Canada-US Relations in the Post-9/11 Era: Do We Need a Big Idea?
9. John Kirton: Canada as a G8 and G20 Principal Power
Andrew F. Cooper and P. Whitney Lackenbauer: The Achilles' Heel of Canadian Good International Citizenship: Indigenous Diplomacies and State Response
11. Douglas Alan Ross: NATO in Canadian Foreign Policy: From 'Atlanticist' Fear and Hope to a Future of Environmental Crisis and 'Civilizational
Part III Domestic Factors and Canadian Foreign Poli
12. Paul Gecelovsky: Of Legacies and Lightning Bolts: Another Look at the Prime Minister and Canadian Foreign Policy
13. John English: The Member of Parliament and Foreign Policy
Duane Bratt and Christopher J. Kukucha: Update The Role of Parliament in a Minority Government
14. Patrice Dutil: The Institutionalization of Foreign Affairs (1909 -- 2009)
15. Christopher J. Kukucha: Dismembering Canada? Stephen Harper and the Foreign Relations of Canadian Provinces
16. Stéphane Roussel and Jean-Christophe Boucher: The Myth of the Pacific Society: Quebec's Contemporary Strategic Culture
Part IV Security
17. Kim Richard Nossal: Understanding Canadian Defence Policy
18. Duane Bratt: Afghanistan: Why Did We Go?
Why Did We Stay? Will We Leave?
19. Monica Gattinger and Geoffrey Hale: Borders and Bridges along a Multidimensional Policy Landscape: Canada's Policy Relations in North America
20. Rob Huebert: Canadian Arctic Sovereignty and Security in a Transforming Circumpolar World
Part V Trade and Other Economic Issues
21. Robert Wolfe: Canada's Adventures in Clubland: Trade Clubs and Politics Influence
22. Stephen McBride: Canada and the Global Economic Crisis
23. Elizabeth Smythe: Frustrated Multilateralism: Canada and the
Negotiation of International Investment Rules
Part VI Social Considerations: The Need to Do More?
24. Nelson Michaud: Soft Power and Canadian Foreign Policymaking: The Role of Values
25. Heather A. Smith: Unwilling Internationalism or Strategic
Internationalism? Canadian Climate Policy Under the Conservative Government
26. Stephen Brown: Aid Effectiveness and the Framing of New Canadian Aid Initiatives
27. David Black: Canada, the G8, and Africa: The Rise and Decline of a Hegemonic Project?
Duane Bratt and Christopher J.
Kukucha: Introduction Canadian Foreign Policy and the Promotion of Human Rights
28. Maher Arar: Maher Arar: Chronology of Events, September 26, 2002 to October 5, 2003
Appendix A: Key Terms in Canadian Foreign Policy
Appendix B: Key Dates in Canadian Foreign
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Duane Bratt is the coordinator of the Department of Policy Studies at Mount Royal University. He has been an instructor at Mount Royal since 1997. He is also the author of The Politics of CANDU Exports and associate with the Centre for Military and Strategic Studies at the University of
Christopher Kukucha has been a professor in the Department of Political Science at the University of Lethbridge since 2001. He is the author of The Provinces and Canadian Foreign Trade Policy.
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