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by David G Haglund

The North Atlantic Triangle revisited: Canadian grand strategy at century's end (Contemporary affairs series) download ebook
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The North Atlantic triangle is a theoretical construct for studying the history of Canadian foreign policy

The North Atlantic triangle is a theoretical construct for studying the history of Canadian foreign policy. It seeks to explain the importance of United Kingdom–United States relations to Canada's security, and even survival, during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. The triangle in question was Canada, the United States of America, and the United Kingdom. This triangle was invisible to Americans or Britons, for whom Canada was a side issue at best, but it was vital to Canada.

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1 His book, The North Atlantic Triangle Revisited

1 His book, The North Atlantic Triangle Revisited. Canadian Grand Strategy at Century's End, (Toronto, CIIA, 2000), summarizes his views on Canadian atlanticism. 2 For example, David G. Haglund The Parizeau-Chrétien Version: Ethnicity and Canadian Grand Strategy, in David Carment and David Bercuson, ed. The World In Canada: Demography, Diasporas, and Democracy and Canadian Foreign Policy (Montréal: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2008): 92-108; David G. Haglund, North American Cooperation in an Era of Homeland Security, Orbis (Fall 2003)

The North Atlantic Triangle Revisited: Canadian Grand Strategy at Century’s End, Contemporary Affairs no. 4. . Haglund (Kingston: Queen's University Centre for International Relations, in cooperation with the Canadian Institute of Strategic Studies, 2000), pp. 83-99.

The North Atlantic Triangle Revisited: Canadian Grand Strategy at Century’s End, Contemporary Affairs no. 4 (Toronto: CIIA/Irwin, 2000).

The North Atlantic Triangle Revisited: Canadian Grand Strategy at Century's End, Irwin Publishing (Toronto .

The North Atlantic Triangle Revisited: Canadian Grand Strategy at Century's End, Irwin Publishing (Toronto, Ontario, Canada), 2000.

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