Category: Major Research paper

New Diplomacy

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15 April 2015 10:02 CANADIAN GOVERNMENT EXECUTIVE http://www.canadiangovernmentexecutive.ca/?dig=21&iss=04&htm=1 Rebuilding Canada’s international capacity: Diplomatic reform in the age of globalization Written by  Daryl Copeland and Colin Robertson Volume: 21  Issue: 4 The… Read more »

On John Baird as Foreign Minister

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Canada’s dynamic, blunt-talking Foreign Minister practices a unique but effective brand of diplomacy From Macdonald Laurier Institute’s Inside Policy  December 2013 ‘John Baird Policy Maker of the Year’ http://www.macdonaldlaurier.ca/inside-policy/current-issue/ “Aieeyahhhh.”… Read more »

Unfinished Business: Canada-US Border and Regulatory Cooperation

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Excerpted from Inside Policy February-March 2013 MacDonald Laurier Institute Launched a year ago the Regulatory Cooperation and Beyond the Border Initiatives are making progress even if they are not generating… Read more »

A Canadian Primer to the 2012 US Primaries and Caucuses

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Contents page from A Canadian Primer to the 2012 US Primaries and Caucuses published by the Canadian Defence and Foreign Affairs Institute Introduction Who’s running for the Republicans and what… Read more »

Stephen Harper’s World View

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Excerpted from October Policy Options ‘Harper’s World View’ …Argue with the taxonomy, but there are essentially three traditions in Canadian foreign policy. The first is the realist, power-and-interest tradition that… Read more »