Canada Among Nations 1987: A World of Conflict
Brian Tomlin, Maureen Appel Molot
James Lorimer & Company, 1988 - History - 244 pages
Canada Among Nations 1987--the fourth in a series of annual reviews of Canadian foreign policy--focuses on the problem of international conflict.
Comprehensive and incisive, the book ranges widely over that year's foreign policy developments, covering such subjects as East-West relations in the era of incipient glasnost, the ongoing carnage of the Iran-Iraq war, the campaign against South African apartheid and the Contra-Sandinista struggle in Nicaragua.
Canada Among Nations 1987 presents a thorough review of the Mulroney Conservative government's performance on the international stage at a time of quickening change.
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