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Canada is Not Back

How Justin Trudeau is in over his head on foreign policy

The election in October 2015 of the Justin Trudeau government was widely considered to herald a new approach to foreign affairs for Canada. Trudeau had campaigned as a staunch advocate for a … 208 View

Class Dynamics of Agrarian Change

Agrarian Change & Peasant Studies

Agrarian political economy investigates the social relations of production and reproduction, property and power in agrarian formations, and how they change. Using Marx’s theory of … 154 View

Living with Uncle

Canada-US Relations in an Age of Empire

Invaluable information on key issues for Canadians — energy, water, security and surveillance, military integration, social services Living With Uncle examines the new realities of … ; 280 View

Oil and World Politics

The real story of today's conflict zones: Iraq, Afghanistan, Venezuela, Ukraine and more

This book identifies the underlying role played by the oil and gas resource and the oil industry in international affairs, with a focus on recent conflict zones. It discusses military … 280 View

Peacemakers

How people around the world are building a world free of war

A world without war: this is the vision that Douglas Roche has pursued for decades. A long-time Progressive Conservative Member of Parliament, Canadian ambassador for disarmament, and later a … 224 View

Russia and the North

Russia holds more Arctic territory than any other state, yet unlike other Arctic states it does not have a unified strategy identifying economic and political aims for the North. Russia’s … 232 View

Sold Down the Yangtze

Canada's lopsided investment deal with China

When legal experts finally saw the terms of the investment deal Canada had signed with China, they could hardly believe what their eyes. The deal was unprecedented — Canada had never given … 368 View

The United Nations in the 21st Century

Grappling with the world's most challenging issues: militarism, the environment, human rights, inequality

After more than seven decades, the United Nations embodies humanity’s hopes for peace, security, social justice, human rights, equality for women, and a voice for all. At the same time, … 98 View
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Foreword

From: Canada is Not Back

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Briefly explains the premise of the book and introduces the author’s background as a foreign policy advisor to the Trudeau Liberal campaign in 2015, and his transition to advisor to the new … 5 $0.50 Add
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Breaking Free From the Bonds of War

From: Peacemakers

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Outlines what brought him to write this book explaining about the peacekeeping endeavours that have become more prevalent and his qualifications 7 $0.70 Add
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The Political Economy of Agrarian Change

From: Class Dynamics of Agrarian Change

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Introduction

From: Living with Uncle

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An overview of Canada-US relations highlited the 1988 FTA, 9/11, NAFTA and trying to achieve a goal of economic unions with the US ; 7 $0.70 Add
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Introduction: Policy Aims and Political Realities in the Russian North

From: Russia and the North

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Petroleum and Geopolitics

From: Oil and World Politics

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Discusses petroleum, the most valuable commodity in world trade, and its ties to politics and power. Introduces the links between governments and oil corporations, the history of petrodollars in … 30 $3.00 Add
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Preface

From: Sold Down the Yangtze

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Outline of how Van Harten will approach his analysis of the FIPA and what is wrong with the deal for both Canadians and Chinese people 6 $0.60 Add
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A Prime Minister bends the knee

From: Sold Down the Yangtze

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How the Harper Governments association with China lef to the FIPA which favours China’s agenda and disregards economc and democratic priorities of Canada 9 $0.90 Add