Report of the Special Joint Committee of the Senate and House of Commons on Canada's
International Relations, Independence and Internationalism ( Ottawa: Queen's Printer, 1986),
pp. 1, 115.
This statement does not do justice to economists such as J. Clayton Gilson, D. Gale Johnson, Don Paarlberg, T. K. Warley, and others who have been highly attuned to political issues.
International relations scholars have examined certain aspects of this subject, such as U.S-
Canadian co-operation in maintaining wheat prices. For example, see
Jon McLin, "Surrogate
International Organization and the Case of World Food Security, 1949-1969," International
Organization 33-1 (Winter 1979): 35-55;
Theodore Cohn, "The 1978-9 Negotiations for an
International Wheat Agreement: An Opportunity Lost?" International Journal 35-1 (Winter 1979-80): 132-49; and various articles in
Raymond F. Hopkins and
Donald Puchala, The
Global Political Economy of Food, special issue of International Organization 32-3 (Summer 1978).
Charles Doran, Forgotten Partnership: U.S.-Canada Relations Today ( Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1984), p. 29.
For example, see ibid.;
Peter Morici, The Global Competitive Struggle: Challenges to the
United States and Canada ( Toronto: C. D. Howe Institute, 1984), chapter 8;
William T. R. Fox
, A Continent Apart: The United States and Canada in World Politics ( Toronto: University
of Toronto Press, 1985);
John Whalley, "Canada-United States Relations and the Global
Trading System," in Southern Exposure: Canadian Perspectives on the United States, eds. D. H. Flaherty and
W. R. McKercher ( Toronto: McGraw-Hill Ryerson, 1986), pp. 83-94; the
articles in "The North American Political Economy", special issue of International Journal 42
William Diebold, Jr., ed., Bilateralism, Multilateralism and Canada in U.S.
Trade Policy ( Cambridge, MA: Ballinger, 1988); and
Lauren McKinsey and
Kim Richard Nossal
, eds., America's Alliances and Canadian American Relations ( Toronto: Summerhill, 1988).
For a broader focus on North American trade issues, see Theodore Cohn, "Canadian and
Mexican Trade Policies towards the United States: A Perspective from Canada," in John Curtis
David Haglund, eds., Canada and International Trade, vol. 1 ( Montreal: Institute for
Research on Public Policy, 1985), pp. 3-61.
Stephen D. Krasner, "Structural Causes and Regime Consequences: Regimes as Intervening
Variables," International Organization 36 (Spring 1982): 186.
Michael J. Carey, "Introduction: The Political Economy of Food--The Regional Approach," in