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Canada in Kandahar : an expression of internationalism
This thesis examines the decision by the government of Prime Minister Paul Martin in March of 2005 to deploy Canadian troops to the Kandahar region of Afghanistan – a region that is considered to be one of the most perilous ...
Oil from ice : examining the impact of energy development on Canadian Arctic sovereignty
The Canadian Arctic is facing new international challenges as global warming melts Arctic ice, opening up new shipping routes and access to untapped, potentially rich resources. As it has in the past, Canada is turning ...
Immigration and refugee protection act : balancing individual rights and national security
Early in 2001 the federal government tabled Bill C-11, the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (IRPA), new comprehensive legislation intended to overhaul Canada’s immigration laws. By this time, refugees had become ...
Unilateralism in Canadian foreign policy : an examination of three cases
Though often overlooked, unilateralism as a foreign policy approach deserves to be studied, even in the case of Canada, a country that has developed a reputation as a staunch defender of its opposite, multilateralism. ...
Canada and 9/11 : border security in a new era
In the immediate aftermath of the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 (9/11), Canada began the process of adjusting to the new security realities. It immediately became apparent that a preeminent issue that Canada ...
Saskatchewan’s perspective on the ratification of the Kyoto Protocol : sources of conflict in Canadian federalism
The 2002 ratification of the Kyoto Protocol by the government of Canada represents an interesting case study in Canadian federalism. This thesis seeks to explore the perspective of the government of Saskatchewan during the ...