International Journal

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Articles from Vol. 52, No. 3, Summer

A Diary of the Defence Review, 1997
THE TROUBLES OF THE CANADIAN ARMED FORCES over the last five years have been unending: murders in Somalia, with trophy photographs of the killers and their bloodied victim; hazing rituals of the Canadian Airborne Regiment at Petawawa, in full colour...
A New American Isolationism? the Mood of American Introspection and Fatigue with the Tiresome World Is Growing Fast
The mood of American introspection and fatigue with the tiresome world is growing fastTHE UNITED STATES IS ENDING THE AMERICAN CENTURY with a striking and ambitious drive to renew and extend the internationalism which has directed its foreign policy...
Child Labour: Legal Regimes, Market Pressures and the Search for Meaningful Solutions
OVER THE LAST TWO YEARS television news cameras have focussed on the developing world where children as young as five years of age slave away making products for Western consumption. Last year, a Canadian teenager drew North American attention to the...
Creating Multicultural Societies: Australia, Britain, Sweden and Canada
THE WORLD IS MULTICULTURAL, as are most of the states that make up the international community. People within national boundaries have diverse origins, languages, religions, histories, and traditions. This variety is often compounded by shifting national...
Domesticating NATO: Canada and the North Atlantic Alliance, 1963-68
FOR THE GENERATION OF POLITICIANS AND DIPLOMATS who shaped Canadian foreign policy in the early years of the cold war, membership in the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) was a source of pride and reassurance. Canada had played an important role...
"Imitating the Cries of Little Children": Exploitative Child Labour and the Growth of Children's Rights
IN 1832 THOMAS BABINGTON MACAULAY, a fervent supporter of the recent Reform Act in Britain, contested the new borough of Leeds for the Whigs. His Tory opponent was Michael Thomas Sadler, England's most prominent advocate of a factory act that would limit...
Remember the Falklands? Missed Lessons of a Misunderstood War
THE SECOND OF APRIL, 1997, marked the fifteenth anniversary of the Argentine military occupation of the Falkland/Malvinas Islands, which Britain had controlled since 1833.1 The ensuing war between the two countries caught everyone by surprise. By the...
The NATO of Its Dreams? Canada and the Co-Operative Security Alliance
INTRODUCTION: PLUS CA CHANGE ....?CANADA'S CONTEMPORARY 'ATTITUDE' towards the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) brings to mind the familiar image of the water glass and whether it is half full or half empty. Mutatis mutandis, one asks, of the...
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