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GLAZEBROOK, G.P. de T. A History of Canadian External Relations. Issued under the auspices of the Canadian Institute of International Affairs. London / Toronto / New York : Oxford University Press, 1950. First Edition. Pp [i]-vii,(1),-449,(3). Index. 8vo, blue cloth, gilt lettering to spine. “Part I is a re-printing of the author's Canadian External Relations: An Historical Study to 1914, now out of print. Mr. Glazebrook flings a wide net, covering migration, trade, defence problems, and cultural and political relations, to reveal the significance of external relations in the history of Canada from earliest times. In the second part he traces the development of the foreign policy that emerged from that background. Canada's constitutionaldevelopment towards sovereign status in the years following 1914 brought w ith it the corollary that she should formulate and conduct her own foreign policy. Mr. Glazebrook shows,"against the backdrop of Canadian interest andthe character of the world scene, how a policy was worked out, and the nec essary means of implementing it were found." - from the dj. Contents : PartI. : External Relations to 1914. 1. Origins of the Canadian Society. 2. Di plomacy and War. 3. Transition from Mercantilism. 4. The Path to Confederation. 5. The Outlook of the Dominion. 6. A Venture in Diplomacy. 7. Trade, Fisheries, and Diplomacy. 8. Canada, the Empire, and the United States. 9. Effects of External Forces on the Canadian Community. 10. The Conduct of High Policy: Subjects and Methods. 11. Defence. Part II. : Canadian Foreign Policy. 12. The War of 1914. 13. Peacemaking. 14. Post-war Canada. 15. The Approach to Canadian Policy. 16. The Early Twenties. 17. The Late Twenties. 18. The Challenge. 19. Changed Policy in a Changed World. Slightly cocked, top edge dusty, else very good in nicked and spine-browned dustjacket. 35.00
Title: History of Canadian External Relations.
Publisher: Oxford University Press / Canadian Institute of International Affairs., London / Toronto / New York, 1950,:
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