Canada Among Nations 1987: A World of Conflict

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Brian Tomlin, Maureen Appel Molot
James Lorimer & Company, 1988 - History - 244 pages
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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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Contents

Canada and International
22
Table 21 Prime Minister Mulroneys Summit Meetings
35
Deescalation and Prospects
43
Canadian National Security Policy
68
International Political Economy
93
Table 51 Annual Changes in Real Output 198287
98
North America in the Global
106
The Environment and NorthSouth Conflict
119
Canada and NorthSouth Conflict
136
CanadaU S Trade Disputes and the Free Trade Deal
161
CanadaU
178
Keith Heintzman
201
Figure 111 Economic Performance of Ten OECD
219
Figure 117 Public Expenditures for Development
225
Notes and References
227
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BRIAN TOMLIN, a professor and director of the Centre for International Negotiation in The Norman Paterson School of International Affairs at Carleton University, is the co-author or editor of numerous books on Canadian foreign policy.

MAUREEN APPEL MOLOT, a professor and formerly associate director of The Norman Paterson School, is the co-author or editor of books and articles on Canadian foreign policy and public enterprise.

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