Global Links: Connecting Canada
Written by Robert Kolpin.
Published by Oxford University Press, 1999.
|Global Links: Connecting Canada examines Canada's
relationship with three areas in the world: the United States, the Asia Pacific
region, and Europe. It explores the role globalization has played in the
growing interdependence among countries, and its effects on Canada's history,
economy, and society. Written with a high-school audience in mind, this book
examines Canada's position in the global village with respect to economic
trade, immigration, human rights, culture, and the environment. Photographs,
maps, charts, eyewitness accounts, and case studies supplement the narrative
and provide an informative resource for anyone wanting to know more about
Canada's role in international relations over the past 100
Global Links: Connecting Canada is part of the Canadian Challenges Series edited by Don Quinlan.
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