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POG 411

Canadian Foreign Policy

This course examines critically the politics of Canadian foreign policy. It will assess how much power and influence Canada has internationally; how much influence the world has on Canadian foreign affairs; and the factors shaping Canada's international policy choices. In considering these subjects, domestic and international institutions, structures, constraints, and influences will be examined. Potential policy issues to be addressed are: human security; the military; economic relations; human rights; peacekeeping/peacemaking; diplomacy; and development assistance. (Policy)
Weekly Contact: Lecture: 3 hrs.
GPA Weight: 1.00
Course Count: 1.00
Billing Units: 1


ACS402 or POG210 or POG214 or POG225 or (POL101 and POL102) or POL208 or PPA120 or PPA211





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