Canada and collective security: odd man out
Joseph T. Jockel, Joel J. Sokolsky, Georgetown University. Center for Strategic and International Studies
Praeger, 1986 - History - 118 pages
Redegørelse for den indskrænkning og det forfald, der er blevet påført de canadiske væbnede styrker, siden premierminister Pierre Trudeau kom til magten i 1968.
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