Forgotten Partnership Redux: Canada-U.S. Relations in the 21st Century

by Greg Anderson and Christopher Sands

Table of Contents

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Prologue
–– Charles F. Doran, Johns Hopkins University (SAIS)

Introduction: Forgotten Partnership Redux: The Enduring Framework of Forgotten Partnership
–– Greg Anderson, University of Alberta


PART I THE POLITICAL-STRATEGIC DIMENSION OF PARTNERSHIP

Chapter 1: Serial Monogamy or Constructive Bigamy: Canada’s Partnership Foreign Policy from Pax Britannica to Pax Americana
–– Robert Bothwell, University of Toronto

Chapter 2: Structural Realism and Transaction Costs in the U.S.-Canadian Partnership
–– Nicolas Choquette-Levy and Patrick James, University of Southern California

Chapter 3:The Canadian-American Border and the “Dilemma” of Homeland Security
–– David G. Haglund, Queen’s University

Chapter 4: America’s Soft-Power Partnership with Canada in a Multipolar World
–– John Kirton, University of Toronto

Chapter 5: Partnership Lost or Partnership Gained?
–– Colin Robertson, Senior Strategic Advisor, McKenna, Long, and Aldridge LLP

Chapter 6: Special But Not Especially Important: Canada-U.S. Defense Relations through the Doran Lenses
–– Joseph T. Jockel, St. Lawrence University, and Joel J. Sokolsky, Royal Military College of Canada


PART II THE TRADE-COMMERCIAL DIMENSION OF PARTNERSHIP

Chapter 7: The “Forgotten Partnership” and the Evolving Canada-U.S. Trade, Investment, and Commercial Relationship
–– Earl Fry, Brigham Young University

Chapter 8: The Institutional Conundrum of North-American Integration: A Power-based Analysis
–– Louis Belanger, Université Laval

Chapter 9: Canada’s Banks: Too Conservative to Fail?
–– Malcolm D. Knight

Chapter 10: Nobody’s Partner: Canada and Congress
–– Geoffrey Hale, University of Lethbridge


PART III THE PSYCHO-CULTURAL DIMENSION OF PARTNERSHIP

Chapter 11: A Thousand Points of Partnership: Upper North America to 1931
–– Reginald C. Stuart, Mount Saint Vincent University

Chapter 12: Forgotten, Imaginary, Ambivalent: The “Partnership” and “Special Relationship” Para-digms in the U.S.-Canada Relationship
–– John Herd Thompson, Duke University

Chapter 13: America’s “Most Reliable Ally”? Canada and the Evanescence of the Culture of Partner-ship
––Kim Richard Nossal, Queen’s University

Chapter 14: Not so Close: Revisiting the Psychological-Cultural Dimension of U.S.-Canada Relations
––Brian Bow, Dalhousie University

Chapter 15: Québec and the Psycho-Cultural Dimension of the U.S.-Canada Partnership: Distinct Societies, Distinct Perceptions
––Pierre Martin, l’Université de Montréal

Chapter 16: A Model for a Ménage à Trois
––Louis Balthazar, l’Université Laval


PART IV NEW CHALLENGES TO PARTNERSHIP

Chapter 17: From the International Joint Commission to Copenhagen: Partnership in Environmental Management in a North American Regional Context
––Debora L. VanNijnatten, Wilfrid Laurier University

Chapter 18: Expanding the Partnership? States and Provinces in Canada-U.S. Relations 25 Years On
––Greg Anderson, University of Alberta

Chapter 19: Mexico and the Forgotten Partnership: Is it Better to Forget (or Learn to Love) Trilateralism?
––Isabel Studer, Center for Dialogue and Analysis on North America

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