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Uneasy Neighbors: Canada, the USA and the Dynamics of State, Industry and Culture David Kilgour

Uneasy Neighbors: Canada, the USA and the Dynamics of State, Industry and Culture

David Kilgour

Published October 1st 2007
ISBN : 9780470153062
Hardcover
352 pages
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 About the Book 

A former Canadian diplomat and an American diplomat take a look at the vital Canadian-American connection. With $2 billion in trade a day crossing the U.S.-Canada border, the relations between these two nations is more than a marriage of convenience.MoreA former Canadian diplomat and an American diplomat take a look at the vital Canadian-American connection. With $2 billion in trade a day crossing the U.S.-Canada border, the relations between these two nations is more than a marriage of convenience. Sharing the worlds longest undefended border, both nations are geographic Siamese twins, bound by a common interest in democratic processes, health care and education, as well as military and defense from the perspectives of differing histories and cultures. Written by two seasoned government officials, this book examines the unique destiny shared by these two nations, and their vital stake in such issues as national identity, economics, culture, religion, military defense, and the environment. David Kilgour (Ottawa, ON, Canada) has had a distinguished career in Canadian politics. David T. Jones (Arlington, VA) is a former U.S. senior Foreign Service officer.