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Canada's Secret Constitution: NAFTA, WTO and the End of Sovereignty?

In Canada’s Secret Constitution: NAFTA, WTO and the End of Sovereignty?, Stephen Clarkson examines the effect of international treaties on Canada’s domestic policy. Treaties, Clarkson asserts, internationalize part of a state’s legal order.
http://www.policyalternatives.ca/documents/National_Office_P...

Deeper, Broader: A Roadmap for a Treaty of North America

This paper is part of a book-length publication, edited by Courchene, Savoie and Schwanen, which contains papers that were presented at the “Art of the State” Conference, hosted by the IRPP and held in October 2003. This conference featured experts from Canada, Mexico and the United States who came together to explore new ideas, new instruments and new processes for enriching the North American experience. The main goal of the conference was to remedy gaps in public discourse, while at the same time understanding how three sovereign nations could advance common causes and manage their increasing interdependence.
http://www.irpp.org/books/archive/schwanen_roadmap.pdf

The Art of the State II (Folio 7)

This book-length publication, edited by Courchene, Savoie and Schwanen, contains papers that were presented at the “Art of the State” Conference, hosted by the IRPP and held in October 2003. This conference featured experts from Canada, Mexico and the United States who came together to explore new ideas, new instruments and new processes for enriching the North American experience. The main goal of the conference was to remedy gaps in public discourse, while at the same time understanding how three sovereign nations could advance common causes and manage their increasing interdependence.
http://www.irpp.org/books/archive/AOTS2/folio_7.pdf

The Art of the State II: Folio 8

This book-length publication, edited by Courchene, Savoie and Schwanen, contains papers that were presented at the “Art of the State” Conference, hosted by the IRPP and held in October 2003. This conference featured experts from Canada, Mexico and the United States who came together to explore new ideas, new instruments and new processes for enriching the North American experience. The main goal of the conference was to remedy gaps in public discourse, while at the same time understanding how three sovereign nations could advance common causes and manage their increasing interdependence.
http://www.irpp.org/books/archive/AOTS2/folio_8.pdf

The Art of the State II: Thinking North America – Folio 1

This book-length publication, edited by Courchene, Savoie and Schwanen, contains papers presented at the “Art of the State” Conference, hosted by the IRPP and held in October 2003. This conference featured experts from Canada, Mexico, and the United States who came together to explore new ideas, instruments, and processes for enriching the North American experience. The main goal of the conference was to remedy gaps in public discourse, while at the same time broaden understanding how three sovereign nations could advance common causes and manage their increasing interdependence at the same time.
http://www.irpp.org/books/archive/AOTS2/folio_1.pdf