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Canadian Foreign Policy in a Unipolar World

Author: Michael K Hawes; Christopher John Kirkey
Publisher: Don Mills, Ontario : Oxford University Press, [2017] ©2017
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Canadian Foreign Policy in a Unipolar World examines the theoretical and practical realities of a unipolar world--a system in which a single power is disproportionally dominant and influential--and asks how it affects Canadian foreign policy. Taking this model of unipolarity as their starting point, editors Christopher Kirkey and Michael Hawes, along with 17 other contributors and esteemed scholars, cover such  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Michael K Hawes; Christopher John Kirkey
ISBN: 9780199020362 0199020361
OCLC Number: 965620293
Language Note: Text in English.
Description: xxii, 338 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: Contributors --
Foreword --
Preface. Introduction: Canadian foreign policy in the post-Cold War period: changes and challenges / Michael K. Hawes and Christopher J. Kirkey. Part 1 International structure and Canadian foreign policy : Understanding the significance of structure on foreign policy behaviour: the unipolar world's impact on Canadian international engagement / Michael K. Hawes and Christopher J. Kirkey --
Orders and borders: unipolarity and the issue of homeland security / David G. Haglund --
Unipolarity: end of an error / Lasha Tchantouridzé. Part 2 Regional priorities and Canadian foreign policy : Russian national interests and the Arctic: foreign policy implications for Canada / Andrea Charron, Joël Plouffe, and Stéphane Roussel --
Canadian development policies in a unipolar world / Philip Oxhorn --
Canada and the MENA region: the foreign policy of a middle power / Costanza Musu --
A community of fate? Non-polarity and North American security interdependence / Jeffrey Ayres and Laura Macdonald --
Canada's China policy in a (declining?) unipolar world: engagement, containment, or indifference? / Justin Massie and Manuel Dorion-Soulié. Part 3 Issues and actors in Canadian foreign policy : Questioning polarity: structural considerations, domestic politics, and Canadian foreign trade policy / Christopher J. Kukucha --
Pulling against gravity? The evolution of Canadian trade and investment policies in a multipolar world / Geoffrey E. Hale --
More maple leaf, less CO₂: Canada and a global geo-engineering regime / Elizabeth L. Chalecki and Lisa L. Ferrari --
Middle-power paradox in a unipolar world: the promises and limitations of Canadian leadership in an age of human security --
How unipolarity impacts Canada's engagement with the North Atlantic Treaty Organization / Kenneth M. Holland. Part 4 Future directions in Canadian foreign policy : Vulnerable America, capable Canada: convergent leadership for an interconnected world / John Kirton --
System and structure: Canadian foreign policy in a changing world / Michael K. Hawes and Christopher J. Kirkey. Glossary --
Index.
Responsibility: edited by Michael K. Hawes, Christopher J. Kirkey.

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