Canadian Foreign Policy Journal publishes Volume 24 Issue Number 1 Examining the Reform Party Foreign Policy Legacy

Canadian Foreign Policy Journal

Carleton’s David Carment, CGAI Fellow, professor at the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs and editor of the Canadian Foreign Policy Journal (CFPJ), is pleased to announce the release of Issue Number 1 of Volume 24.

In addition to the lead article by Professor Duane Bratt assessing the impact of the Reform Party on Stephen Harper’s foreign policy, this issue includes an assessment of the problems and pitfalls in Canada’s defence deliverology, a review of Canada’s relationship with Latin America, and articles on geopolitics and security in the Middle East and South Asia. Also included is an evaluation of public opinion on a possible Canada-China Free Trade Agreement.
CFPJ is published by the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs at Carleton University and is now in its 25th year of publication.

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