Minor in Canadian Studies - Canada and the World CANA 3568   Canada and the World
This course examines post-World War II Canadian Foreign Policy in two parts: (1) an analysis of 'landmark' policy issues; and (2) an investigation of the general factors that help to "explain" the form and content of Canadian foreign policy, with particular reference to the institutions and processes through which policy decisions are made. Issues discussed are likely to include: the "invention" of peacekeeping; the Mulroney government's involvement in the campaign to end apartheid in South Africa; the negotiation of the North American free trade; the politics of immigration and diasporas; and the place of the Arctic in Canada and international relations.
FORMAT: Seminar
PREREQUISITES: POLI 2210 or POLI 2220 or POLI 2520 or POLI 2530 or HIST 2212 or HIST 2235 or HIST 2661 recommended