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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Nossal, Kim Richard.
Politics of Canadian foreign policy.
Montréal ; Kingston ; London ; Ithaca : School of Policy Studies, Queen's University ; McGill-Queens University Press, 2015
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Kim Richard Nossal; Stéphane Roussel; Stéphane Paquin
|Description:||1 online resource (xxvi, 396 pages).|
|Contents:||Cover; Contents; Preface; A Note to Students; About the Authors; Acronyms and Abbreviations; 1. Introduction: Analyzing Canadian Foreign Policy; What is Foreign Policy?; What Determines Foreign Policy?; The International Setting; Domestic Politics; Governmental Politics; Identity and History; Conclusion; Notes; PART I · THE POLICY SETTING; 2. Canada's International Location; Neighbourhood; Geostrategic Location; The "Long Peace"; The "Kingston Dispensation" of 1938; The Cold War "Glacis"; The Post-Cold War Era; The Post-9/11 Era; Economic Structure; The Dynamics of Group Membership International InstitutionsClubs and Coalitions; Alliances; Material Capabilities; Conclusion; Notes; 3. Power and Status: Canada's International Influence; Images of Canada's Power; Canada as Middle Power; Middlepowermanship in Question; Alternative Images of Canada's Power; Assessing Images of Canada's Power: Normative Corollaries; Rethinking Canada's Power: A Power Analysis Approach; Techniques of Power and Influence; The Use of Force and the Canadian Military; Punishments and Threats: Sanctions and Coercion; Diplomacy: The Art of Persuasion; Power and Canadian-American Relations ConclusionNotes; 4. Society and Foreign Policy; Societal Interests; Ethnic Interests; Egoistic Interests; Altruistic Interests; The Influence of Societal Actors; The Policymaking Environment; The Decision-Making Process; Electoral Politics and Foreign Policy; Conclusion; Notes; 5. Dominant Ideas in Foreign Policy; Ideas, Culture, and International Relations; Before the Great War: Imperialism; Between the Wars: Isolationism; The Cold War Era: Internationalism; The Post-Cold War Era: Ideas in Flux; The Post-9/11 Era: After Internationalism?; Conclusion; Notes; PART II · ACTORS AND PROCESSES 6. The Prime Minister and Foreign PolicyThe Preeminence of the Prime Minister; Robert L. Borden (1911-1920); William Lyon Mackenzie King (1921-1926, 1926-1930, 1935-1948); Pierre Elliott Trudeau (1968-1979, 1980-1984); Brian Mulroney (1984-1993); Jean Chrétien (1993-2003); Paul Martin (2003-2006); Stephen Harper (2006- ); The Sources of Preeminence; The Power of Appointment; Conclusion; Notes; 7. The Prime Minister and Summit Diplomacy; Contemporary Summit Diplomacy; The Prime Minister's Summit Calendar; The G7 Summit; The G-20 Summit; The Commonwealth; La Francophonie Presidents and Prime MinistersConclusion; Notes; 8. Widening the Circle: Other Ministers; The Key Ministers; The Minister of Foreign Affairs; The Minister of National Defence; Other Ministers; The Minister of International Trade; The Minister for La Francophonie; The Minister of International Development; Ministers of State; Cabinet Involvement in Foreign Policy; Conclusion; Notes; 9. The Foreign Policy Bureaucracy; Organizing for Foreign Affairs; The Early Years: 1867-1909; Modest Beginnings: 1909-1939; Expansion: 1939-1968; Reorganizing the Foreign Policy Machinery: 1968-2013|
|Series Title:||Queen's policy studies.|
|Responsibility:||Kim Richard Nossal, Stéphane Roussel, Stéphane Paquin.|
- Canada -- Foreign relations administration.
- Canada -- Politics and government.
- Canada -- Foreign relations.
- Diplomatic relations.
- International relations -- Administration.
- Politics and government.
- POLITICAL SCIENCE / Government / International
- POLITICAL SCIENCE / International Relations / General