Canadian Foreign Policy



Like their American counterparts, Canadian politicians justify wars and occupations such as in Afghanistan with the claim of bringing freedom and democracy while being primarily interested in promoting Canadiam bussiness interests abroad.



The Black Book of Canadian Foreign Policy    by Yves Engler(2009)     A comprehensive and detailed look at the real history of Canada's foreign policy, aid, peace-keeping, and military action.

Holding the Bully’s Coat: Canada and the U.S. Empire    by Linda McQuaig (2007)     Details Canada’s descent from international peacekeeper to America’s accomplice in its foreign wars and occupations. Also provides an excellent summary of Canadian military policy since World War II and our role in Afghanistan.

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