Journals Higher Education



14 October 2012

160 Pages

6.0 x 9.0 inches

ISBN: 9780195432206

Bookseller Code (06)

Canada and Conflict

Patrick James

  • Award-winning scholar, Patrick James is uniquely positioned to give a clear, concise overview of Canada's status on the international stage.
  • Widely published author, James has published over seventy-five articles in peer-reviewed journals on a range of issues, with a particular interest in Canada and international relations.
  • Up-to-date, Evaluates the most recent available information on how the world-and particularly Canada-has changed since September 11, 2001.
  • In-depth analysis of Afghanistan, Includes the latest statistics, policy plans, and survey data of public opinion in both Canada and in Afghanistan.
  • One of the first evaluations of the Libyan conflict, Includes a forecast of the longstanding effect this engagement may have on foreign policy.
  • Discusses military equipment, Considers a range of recent deployments, including the HMCA Charlottetown and CF-18 Hornet aircraft in Libya.
  • Key analysis of Canadian government policy, Looks at the recent budget for defence expenditures until 2028 and the Conservative Party's "Plan for Defending Canada".
  • Evaluates Canada's ever-evolving relationship with the United States, Topics include border management, Arctic boundaries, and ballistic missile defence.
  • Surveys changes to the Canadian forces, Provides essential context for the key alterations that have been made to Canada's army, navy, and air force since September 11, 2001.

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