Getting Along in the World with Harper and Trudeau
Auteur/ Illustrateur / Sous la direction de : Mike Blanchfield
From 2006 to 2015, Stephen Harper charted a new course for Canada’s foreign policy, turning away from multilateralism and refusing to “go along to get along” on the world stage. Justin Trudeau, in only his first few months in power, used his personal celebrity to rebrand Canada as a more sympathetic country in an attempt to swing the pendulum back to something more familiar. Chronicling Canada’s journey under these two prime ministers of the early 21st century, Swingback examines the ways the country’s relationships with the United Nations, Israel, Iran, and Russia changed under Harper’s leadership, and how this has affected the situation the Liberals have inherited.
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|Anglais||Broché / souple||6 x 9 in||34.95 $ CA||304|