Canada Among Nations 1984: A Time of Transition
Brian Tomlin, Maureen Appel Molot
James Lorimer & Company, Jan 1, 1985 - Political Science - 228 pages
The 1984 edition of Canada Among Nations examines Canada's changing foreign policy during the period of transition between the Trudeau Liberal and Mulroney Conservative governments.
This volume includes overviews for 1984 on the global economy, arms control, Third World development and foreign policy. These are supplemented by a chronology of major events and a statistical portrait of economic trends.
In this unique annual review, experts on Canada's international relations explain the trends submerged beneath the flow of daily events.
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Issues Environments and Government
Managing Canadian Foreign Policy
The Search for Stability
The Politics of Reversing
International Political Economy
The Case of the Aluminum Industry
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