After The Cold War: Canada Among Nations, 1990-91

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After The Cold War: Canada Among Nations, 1990-91

Edited by Fen Osler Hampson and Christopher J. Maule
Carleton University Press, 1991
280 pp.
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The pivotal essay in this excellent collection is "The Canadian Malaise and Its External Impact" by Gilles Paquet. It raises the question if four separate nations-Quebec, Ontario, Western Canada and the Atlantic provinces-might have a greater international impact than one internally divided state. The volume places far more emphasis on Canada and the Americas than one would have seen a generation ago.

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