No Other Way: Canada and International Security Institutions
Centre for International Studies, University of Toronto, Jan 1, 1986 - Canada - 162 pages
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A Glance at the Record JOHN w HOLMES
NATO and Western Security
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accept action administration agenda agreement Alliance allies American arms control Assembly become bloc Canada Canadian chaos Charter co-operation collective security Committee Conference on Security conflict consensus consideration consultation contribution crisis CSCE decision defence developing countries diplomacy diplomatic disarmament discussion disputes East-West relations economic effective European External Affairs fact forces Foreign Policy function global governments Henry Kissinger human Ian Smart important increased increasingly interests international institutions international order international security international system issues Kissinger Korean leadership less major ment Michael Kergin Middle East military multilateral negotiations NORAD peace and security peacekeeping permanent members political powers problem Reagan recent resolution responsibility Robert Reford role secretary-general Security Council session settlement social Soviet Union strategic structures superpowers technical change Third World threat tional Treaty Organization UNFICYP United Nations Charter United Nations members United Nations system USSR veto violence voting Washington West West Germany Western Security