Northern Approaches Canada and the Search for Peace

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INDEX
Abdication Crisis, 72
Africa, 31, 84, 114, 172
Afro-Asian nations, 35, 85, 166, 173, 175; and nuclear weapons, 38; in General Assembly, 106, 111, 112; politicians in, 108, 109
Agriculture, Minister of, 151
aircraft industry, 28-29
Aird, Sir John, 135
Alaska: as missile base site, 20, 41
Albania, 123
Algeria, 172, 174
Alliance for Progress, 166
Altrincham, Lord: on monarchy, 72-73
americanisation: and French Canada, 12
Amery, L. S., 142
"Amtorg", 137
Anglo-Japanese Alliance, 59, 90
Anglo-Soviet Trade Agreement: Canadian adherence to, 124; terms of, 124-25
Anne, Princess, 70
apartheid, 83, 84; and Commonwealth relations, 95-100
Arab-Israel frontiers, 31
"Arcos", 137; raid, 138-43passim
Arctic: U.S. plan for inspection of, 114
Arctic Ocean, 41
"areas of tension": Caribbean as, 161
Argentina, 164
Army, Canadian, 21
Arnprior, Ont., 47
Arrow, Avro (CF-105). See fighter aircraft
Asia, 1, 31, 90; Southeast, 87, 150, 152, 154; South, 172
Atlantic Alliance. See North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)
Atlantic Community, 57, 63, 175
Atlantic Pact. See North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)
atomic energy legislation ( U.S.A.), 43
Attlee, Clement, 170
Auschwitz, 96
Australia, 89, 90, 119; Prime Minister, 74, 87, 99, 129; and South Africa's membership in Commonwealth, 97, 99; and Russian famine relief, 120
authority: regard for in Canada and U.S.A., 4. See also law
B-70. See bombers
Baldwin, Stanley, 24
Balewa, Sir Abubakar Tafawa, 77
Ballistic Missile Early Warning System (BMEWS), 35, 40
Baltic States, 154
Bandung powers: and Congo crisis, 111
Bank of Montreal, 134
Bantu: in South Africa, 95
bases, missile: 20, 35, 41, 44
Basutoland, 84
Batista, dictatorship, 165, 166
Battle of Britain, 24
Bechuanaland, 84
Belgium, 174; and NATO, 63; and Congo, 110n
Bennett, R. B., 9
Berlin, 47, 66
Bermuda Conference, 170
Bermudas, the, 92
Beverly Hills, 14
Bill of Rights, Atlantic: proposed, 68
Bill of Rights, Canadian, 3
biological-chemical warfare, 34, 37
Blue Steel. See missiles
Bolshevik Revolution, 117

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • 1 - Northern Approaches 1
  • 2 - Defending the Realm 17
  • 3 - The Over-Loaded Alliance 57
  • 4 - Commonwealth Anxieties 70
  • 5 - The Disunited Nations 101
  • 6 - In the Laboratory Of Co-Existence 117
  • 7 - The Nostrum of Neutralism 168
  • References 177
  • Index 183
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