Why was Canada so eager to help set up international
organizations right after the war?
This is a mini-essay (2 pages, must be 500 words exact, not including references).
Read the Episode 1, Bibliography which my professor talks about everything that we can include in the essay.
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following the text and preceding the list of references.
Can use these references suggested by the professor:
- Chapnick, Adam. “The Golden Age: A Canadian Foreign Policy Paradox.” International Journal, 64. 1
- Winston Churchill. The Sinews of Peace (‘Iron Curtain Speech’)
March 5, 1946
Westminster College, Fulton, Missouri
- Mackenzie, Hector. “Shades of Gray? The Foundations of Canadian Policy in World Affairs in Context.”
American Review of Canadian Studies 37.4 (2007): 459-473.
- Reid, Escott. “The Birth of the North Atlantic Alliance.” International Journal 22.3 (1967): 426-440.
- Spencer, Robert A. “Triangle into Treaty: Canada and the Origins of NATO.” International Journal, 14. 2
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