From pride to influence towards a new canadian foreign policy by michael hart harts policy recommendations move very much toward the pragmatic center for example he agrees that although the united states is paramount it makes sense for canada to deepen its relations with latin america and asia too unlike some us realists hart . From pride to influence towards a new canadian foreign policy by michael hart vancouver university of british columbia press 2008 436 pp cloth 8500 paper 3495. Such an approach sheds more light on the pragmatic aspects of canadian foreign policy and helps to demythologize idealistic visions of canada as a participant of the global system that is inspired . From pride to influence towards a new canadian foreign policy by michael hart margaret bloodworth of canadian foreign policy by which he means canadas interests beyond north america and the extent to which a sound relationship with the us can inform and enhance pursuit of these interests it may have been inevitable that canadas . The emergence of a us dominated world and of an integratednorth american economy and the decline of multilateral rules andinstitutions as prime instruments of global governance have leftcanadian foreign policy searching for new purpose and directionfrom pride to influence brings canadian foreign policy intothe twenty first century by grounding
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