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Natural allies? : Canadian and Mexican perspectives on international security

Author: H P Klepak; Canadian Foundation for the Americas.
Publisher: [Ottawa] : Carleton University Press & Canadian Foundation for the Americas, 1996.
Series: Changing Americas, volume 2.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : Conference publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"To what extent are Canada and Mexico "natural allies" in continental and world affairs? How will this relationship unfold in terms of security issues in the aftermath of the Cold War? These questions were the focus of a workshop held in Mexico City in 1994 from which this book took its themes: historical context, American influence, and potential cooperative security options. A process of redefining "security"  Read more...
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Natural allies?
(OCoLC)35940274
Material Type: Conference publication, Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: H P Klepak; Canadian Foundation for the Americas.
ISBN: 9780773591233 0773591230
OCLC Number: 881430423
Notes: Papers presented at a workshop held in Mexico City, 5-6 May, 1994.
Includes abstracts in French.
Description: 1 online resource (208 pages).
Contents: ""Cover""; ""Title ""; ""Copyright ""; ""Table of Contents ""; ""Acknowledgements ""; ""Prologue ""; ""List of Acronyms ""; ""Introduction ""; ""I FAR FROM A TABULA RASA: THE CONTEXT FOR MEXICAN AND CANADIAN THINKING ON INTERNATIONAL SECURITY""; ""1 Los Desconocidos se Conocen: Bridging the Knowledge Gap Between Mexico and Canada""; ""2 National Security in and of Canada, 1775-1989, With Some Thoughts on the Current Context"" ""3 Sovereignty, Foreign Policy, and National Securiry in Mexico, 1821- 1989 """"II CURRENT PERSPECTIVES ON INTERNATIONAL SECURITY ISSUES ""; ""4 Canada's Long-Term Strategic Situation: Implications for Canadian International Security Policies ""; ""5 National Security and the Cold War: Some Conceptual Interpretations"" ""6 Recent Developments in the Concept of Hemispheric Security """"7 Cooperative Security and Canada's Role in Inter-American Security Reform ""; ""8 Canada's International Security Policy ""; ""III THE WAY AHEAD ""; ""9 Prospects for Increased Mexican-Canadian Collaboration in the Securiry Field "" ""10 What Conclusions? """"Select Bibliography ""; ""List of Contributors ""
Series Title: Changing Americas, volume 2.
Responsibility: edited by H.P. Klepak.

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"To what extent are Canada and Mexico "natural allies" in continental and world affairs? How will this relationship unfold in terms of security issues in the aftermath of the Cold War? These questions were the focus of a workshop held in Mexico City in 1994 from which this book took its themes: historical context, American influence, and potential cooperative security options. A process of redefining "security" concerns in a changing hemisphere is clearly underway, and Natural Allies? examines economic factors, drug trafficking, questions of autonomy and strategic alliance, and defence priorities as intersecting interests in the Canada-Mexico dialogue. This is volume two in Changing Americas, a series published in collaboration with the Canadian Foundation for the Americas (FOCAL)."--Jacket.

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