- Author:Jordi Diez
- Publisher:Defence Management Series; 1 edition (June 2, 2006)
- Pages:152 pages
- Subcategory:Social Sciences
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Published June 2nd 2006 by Defence Management Series. It explores new modes of economic and political regionalism in North America
Published June 2nd 2006 by Defence Management Series. Canadian And Mexican Security in the New North America: Challenges And Prospects. It explores new modes of economic and political regionalism in North America. The increasing integration of the European Union and September 11 created a new environment and structures for intricate relationships between Canada and Mexico.
Series Queen's Policy Studies Series. McGill-Queen's University Press. Challenges and Prospects. Canadian and Mexican Security in the New North America. Written by. Jordi Diez. Timely and insightful analyses of the security relations between Canada and Mexico in a post-9/11 North America. Jordi Díez is assistant professor of political science, University of Guelph.
Jordi Diez (ed), Canadian and Mexican Security in the New North America: Challenges and Prospects. Montreal/Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2006). Chapters 2-3-4 (25-68).
Queen's Policy Studies Series - School of Policy Studies. Kim Richard Nossal is a professor in the Department of Political Studies and the Centre for International and Defence Policy, Queen’s University. Stéphane Roussel is a professor at École nationale d’administration publique.
series of case studies that cover every corner of the Canadian North, from uranium. Can regions such as the Arctic be places where new technologies are more readily adapted or even developed? View full-text.
define the Canadian North in a much more encompassing manner than most. southern Canadians will be used to: the North is not just the Arctic, nor is it limited. to the territories (Yukon, Northwest Territories and Nunavut). Bone defines the. North as the area covered by the subarctic or arctic biomes (p. 3), and most readers. series of case studies that cover every corner of the Canadian North, from uranium. in Saskatchewan to diamonds in NWT. This chapter is a must-read for anyone.
Understanding Policy Change Using a Critical Junctures Theory in Comparative Context: The Cases of. .A Discursive Institutionalist Approach to Understanding Comparative Policy Change: Ireland and Mexico in the 1980s. Latin American Policy, Vol. 6, Issue.
Understanding Policy Change Using a Critical Junctures Theory in Comparative Context: The Cases of Ireland and Sweden. Policy Studies Journal, Vol. 40, Issue.
North American integration is the process of economic and political integration in North America, particularly integration of the United States, Canada, and Mexico. While Ronald Reagan was organizing his run for the 1980 . presidential election, two of his policy advisers, Richard V. Allen and Peter Hannaford, were traveling with him in Europe. They developed and proposed to him an idea regarding cooperation in North America, especially in the energy sector.
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