Canada among nations, 2005: Splitting images
In the 2005 edition of the Canada Among Nations series, contributors explore the divergences - the split - within Canada over a number of foreign policy areas, including defence and economic strategies. This volume highlights Canada's pivotal relationship with the U.S. in contrast to its important potential associations with Brazil, Russia, India, and China. Canada Among Nations, 2005 also examines divergences at the organizational level as outlined in the 2005 International Policy Review and the split between Foreign Affairs Canada and International Trade Canada. Canada Among Nations is produced by The Norman Paterson School of International Affairs, Carleton University and The Centre for International Governance Innovation.
Cooper, A.F. (Andrew F.), & Rowlands, D. (2005). Canada among nations, 2005: Splitting images.