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No Other Way: Canada and International Security Institutions
No Other Way: Canada and International Security Institutions
By John W. Holmes and others
Centre for International Studies, University of Toronto, 1987, 162 pp

Canada, it can be argued, leads all other nations in the depth and range of its commitment since 1945 to making international organizations effective; and few Canadians have written as wisely on the subject as the diplomat-scholar-public advocate John W. Holmes. The two parts of the present book deal with the United Nations and NATO. Holmes and seven colleagues call for perseverance in the commitment, not its abandonment.