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CIIA Student Foreign Policy Symposium

Student Report by Canadian Institute of International Affairs

This collaborative paper argues that a new approach to the implementation of foreign policy is necessary due to a changing international scene. Keeping in mind the importance of security, prosperity and the maintenance of Canadian values this report suggests the use of multilateralism, specialization and strong Canada - U.S. relations to move Canada forward on the international stage.

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Policy Publication Details

Author(s): Canadian Institute of International Affairs;
Publisher: Canadian Institute of International Affairs [ Visit Website ]
Year Published: 2003; Publisher Type: Research Institute
Publicly Available: Yes Research Focus: International;
Registration Required: No Language: English
Payment Required: No Publication Format: Adobe PDF

Subjects / Categories:

Policy Articles / Military & Defence / National Security
Policy Articles / International Trade, Development & Finance / Globalization
Policy Articles / International Trade, Development & Finance / Canada - U.S. Relations
Policy Articles / Military & Defence / National Security / 2003
Policy Articles / International Trade, Development & Finance / Canada - U.S. Relations / 2003
Policy Articles / International Trade, Development & Finance / Globalization / 2003
Policy Articles / International Trade, Development & Finance
Policy Articles / Military & Defence


Keywords / Tags:

Canada - U.S. relations; national security; international relations; foreign affairs; Canadian prosperity; specialization; foreign trade; multilateralism; Canadian values; peace building; trade relations; globalization; global stability;