The United States and Canada: Time to Defrost

Morgret, Frank
July 2008
U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings;Jul2008, Vol. 134 Issue 7, p85
Conference Proceeding
The author comments on an article by D. Daglio about the U.S. foreign policy towards Canada. He explains how Canada is a sovereign nation governed by its own laws, wherein the country and its companies may sell products to whomever they please. He also stresses that adherence to joint and international treaties will provide the U.S. more access to Canada's resources.


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