Journals Higher Education



Published: 01 April 2010

408 Pages | 25 tables and 8 figures


ISBN: 9780195432008

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This text is published by OUP Higher Education Division

Borders and Bridges: Canada's Policy Retions in North America

Borders and Bridges: Canada's Policy Relations in North America

Edited by Monica Gattinger and Geoffrey Hale

  • Expert scholars Respected contributors from Canada and the United States explore the interaction of Canada's domestic and international public policies, offering students an authoritative treatment of Canada's policy relations today.
  • Comparative approach. Examines differences in policies and processes between Canada, the United States, and Mexico, giving students a balanced perspective of North American relations.
  • Contextual analysis Looks at issues of 'trilateralism' or 'dual bilateralism' in influencing Canadian policy, offering students a sense of the interrelatedness of Canada, the US, and Mexico, but also of their distinctness as individual countries.
  • Breadth. Offers thorough coverage of all salient areas of Canadian domestic and international policy in a North American context.
  • Current, cutting-edge. Discussions focus on changes in policy areas post-CUFTA, NAFTA, and 9/11.
  • Instructional tools Bolded key terms/glossary, discussion questions, and a list of additional readings for each chapter aid student understanding of the subject matter.

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