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Canada Now: Fading Power or Future Power

Report by Canadian Institute of International Affairs

This report discusses issues considered at National Foreign Policy Conference in 2003. It was found that Canada needs to reconsider its position on foreign affairs due to the weakness of multilateral institutions, the change in security concerns and the instability of the international system.

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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 / Military & Defence / Terrorism
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 / Military & Defence / Terrorism / 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; Canada's international role; foreign policy; trade relations; American security concerns; investment in military; the U.S. market;