58 Int'l J. [i] (2002-2003)

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EDITORS BETH A. FISCHER/MARGARET MACMILLAN      BOOK REVIEW EDITOR IAN SPEARS
EDITOR-AT-LARGE NORMAN HILLMER                  ASSOCIATE EDITOR GAYLE FRASER
VOLUME LVIII NO. 1/WINTER 2002-2003
ESSAYS
I       'ArE..._ the isolationists?' North American isolationism
in a comparative context DAVID G. HAGLUND
25      Lessons from Canada's history as a trading nation
MICHAEL HART
43      Canada and the new public diplomacy EVAN POTTER
65      Canada-United States relations: options for the 1970s
ROBERT BOTHWELL
89      Canadian armed forces under United States command
MICHAEL BYERS
115     Next year in Jerusalem: Joe Clark and the Jerusalem
embassy affair CHARLES FLICKER
139     Seize the day ANDREW COHEN
155     Whither internationalism? DONMUNTON
181     The Canadian Navy and the new naval environment
in Asia JAMES A. BOUTILIER
REVIEW ESSAY
201     Avoiding globalization? The political economy of
development in the Middle East and North Africa
PAUL KINGSTON
REVIEWS
213     Canada, globalization, Europe, miscellaneous
Canadian Institute of International Affairs
75th anniversary - 1928/2003

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