Canadian Foreign Policy Journal (CFPJ) has released its newest issue: Volume 22, Issue 1.
Carleton University’s David Carment, Canadian Global Affairs Institute (CGAI) Fellow, professor at the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs (NPSIA) and editor of the Canadian Foreign Policy Journal (CFPJ), has released the newest issue of CFPJ examining Canada and the emerging markets
Articles in this special issued edited by Carleton’s Laura Macdonald and Jeremy Paltiel, describe Canadian attempts to move beyond the traditional U.S. market by establishing relations with key emerging markets. Cast adrift by the economic crisis affecting its traditional trade partners, Canada struggles to maintain middle power leverage in a changed landscape, combining economic opportunism with political modesty.
“Our readers will be pleased with the quality and breadth of these contributions,” said Carment. “Each of them has been carefully selected and peer reviewed. They represent some of the best thinking on the subject from Canada and beyond.”
Studies include Canada’s relationship with South Africa, India and Turkey, as well as Asia Pacific and the Americas.
Macdonald and Paltiel’s introductory piece, Middle power or muddling power? Canada’s relations with emerging markets, will be made freely available shortly.
Heather Exner Pirot’s post mortem of Canada’s Arctic Council Chairmanship is also included in this issue.
CFPJ is published by NPSIA at Carleton and is now in its 23rd year.
Click here to read the new issue.
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