Changes to the Canadian Foreign Policy Agenda: From Liberal Internationalist to Neo-Realist
AbstractWe will examine economic and security policy initiatives under the Harper regime for evidence of departures from traditional foreign policy behaviour. This essay argues that Canada‟s foreign policy initiatives are markedly different under the Harper regime.
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