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Strangers with Memories: The United States and Canada from Free Trade to Baghdad - JOHN STEWART

Strangers with Memories: The United States and Canada from Free Trade to Baghdad

JOHN STEWART

 
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In the early 1990s North America was the vibrant centre of an increasingly democratic and revitalized western hemisphere. The United States and Canada were close allies working together to implement a bilateral free trade agreement and build an integrated manufacturing and export economy. By the late 2000s, the economic and diplomatic ties between the two countries were strained as policies stagnated or slipped backward and passports were needed to cross the border for the first time in history. By 2017 the US planned to wall off its border with Mexico and NAFTA was slated for renegotiation. In Strangers with Memories John Stewart combines an insider’s knowledge, a mole’s perspective, and a historian’s consciousness to explain how two countries that spent the twentieth century building a world order together drifted so quickly apart in the early years of the twenty-first - and how that world order began its current shift. Assessing the major forces and events in North America’s development between 1990 and 2010, this book also details changes at the US embassy in Ottawa during those years and its relationship with US consulates in Canada and with the State Department’s Canada desk. Explaining how Canada's influence in the world depends on the US and has radically diminished with the decline in US diplomacy under presidents George W. Bush and Donald Trump, Stewart gives valuable advice on how Canada should handle its foreign policy in a much less stable world. From the viewpoint of a Canadian with a front-row seat to two decades of US-Canada relations, Strangers with Memories chronicles Canada at the apogee of American power.

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Auteur :  JOHN STEWART
Titre : Strangers with Memories: The United States and Canada from Free Trade to Baghdad
Date de parution : août 2017
Éditeur : MCGILL-QUEEN'S UNIVERSITY PRES
Collection : HARDCOVER
Sujet : HIST. GEN. QUEBEC-CANADA
ISBN : 9780773551404 (0773551409)
Référence Renaud-Bray : 12360931
No de produit : 2254949

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