Sjolander, Claire Turenne
January 2007
Canadian Foreign Policy (CFP);2007, Vol. 14 Issue 1, p101
Academic Journal
The article examines the ways in which the field of Canadian foreign policy is represented in university courses taught in both French and English in Canada. A survey of Canadian university calendars online identified 50 political science or international affairs course dealing with a subject matter related to the general field of Canadian foreign policy. According to the article, Canadian foreign policy courses in both languages play a significant role than simply passing on specific subject matter.


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