Black, David; Donaghy, Greg
September 2010
Canadian Foreign Policy (CFP);2010, Vol. 16 Issue 2, p1
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the relationship of Canada with the other countries during post World War II. It criticizes the government's decision with regards to multilateralism, a term in international relations that refers to multiple countries working together in a same purpose. It cites the move of the government in 1984 wherein it pursue bilateral free trade with the U.S. and the refusal of Prime Minister Jean Chrétien to the proposal of the U.S. government to invade Iraq.


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