Canadian vs. US Foreign Policies
An 8 page political science paper comparing the foreign policies of Canada and the US. Though the basic ideology of the two countries has more similarities than differences, Canada is more willing to make exceptions in certain areas if those areas affect the good of the country. Examples used are: (1) Canada's acceptance of Chile as an important trading partner after the US rejected Chile for NAFTA because of their political practices; (2) Canada's support of including Romania in NATO over US objections but more because of secessionist rumblings in Quebec and France's support of Romania; and (3) racial and educational discriminatory immigration policies that have caused tensions with the countries of origin. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
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