In response to these questions, contributors trace changes in Canada's demographic make-up, explore the relationship between domestic politics and Canadian foreign policy across the fields of diplomacy, development, defense and security, and immigration, and determine the extent to which Quebec's sensibilities to international issues differ from those of the rest of the country. The World in Canada argues that, under certain conditions, the motivation to pursue certain policy choices arises as much from domestic considerations as from the international conditions associated with them.
About the authors
David Carment is professor of international affairs, Carleton University.
DAVID J. BERCUSON has written, co-authored or edited over 30 popular and academic books, including One Christmas in Washington, The Patricias,The Destruction of the Bismarck and Blood on the Hills. He is a regular commentator for television and radio, and has written for The Globe and Mail, the Calgary Herald, the National Post and the Toronto Star, among many other newspapers. Since 1997, he has been director of the Centre of Military and Strategic Studies at the University of Calgary. He is Honorary Lieutenant Colonel of the 33 Field Engineer Squadron, a Land Force Reserve military engineer unit of the Canadian Forces. Bercuson lives in Calgary.
Other titles by David Carment
Other titles by David Bercuson
Treasuring the Tradition
The Story of the Military Museums
Leading from the Front
The War Memoirs of Harry Pope
Confrontation at Winnipeg
Labour, Industrial Relations, and the General Strike
Canada and the Birth of Israel
A Study in Canadian Foreign Policy
Eastern and Western Perspectives
Papers from the Joint Atlantic Canada/Western Canadian Studies Conference
Industry and humanity
A study in the principles of industrial reconstruction