Navigating a Changing World

Canada's International Policies in an Age of Uncertainties

Geoffrey Hale (Redaktør) ; Greg Anderson (Redaktør)

The negotiation of the Canada-United States U.S. Free Trade Aagreement in 1985-88 initiated a period of substantially increased North American, and later, global, economic integration. However, events since the election of Donald Trump in 2016 have created the potential for major policy shifts arising from NAFTA's renegotiation and from continuing political uncertainties in the United States and with Canada's other major trading partners. Les mer
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The negotiation of the Canada-United States U.S. Free Trade Aagreement in 1985-88 initiated a period of substantially increased North American, and later, global, economic integration. However, events since the election of Donald Trump in 2016 have created the potential for major policy shifts arising from NAFTA's renegotiation and from continuing political uncertainties in the United States and with Canada's other major trading partners.


Navigating a Changing World draws together scholars from both countries to examine Canada-U.S. policy relations, the evolution of various processes for regulating market and human movements across national borders, and the specific application of these dynamics to a cross-section of policy fields with significant implications for Canadian public policy. This book explores the interaction impact of territorial institutions and extra-territorial forces - institutional, economic, and technological, among others - on interactions across national borders, both within North America and, where relevant, in broader economic relationships affecting the movement of goods, services, people, and capital. Above all, Navigating a Changing World represents the first major study to address Canada's international policy relations within and beyond North America since the elections of Justin Trudeau in 2015 and Donald Trump in 2016 and the renegotiation of NAFTA.

Fakta

Innholdsfortegnelse

Illustrations
Tables
Preface


1. Geoffrey Hale and Greg Anderson - Canada at the Crossroads
Canada's International Policy Relations in an Era of Political and Economic Uncertainty


Part I - Overarching Issues
2. Greg Anderson and David Jones - The Great Unraveling? The Construction and Deconstruction of North America's Governance Architecture
3. Christopher Kukucha - Days of Future Past: Evaluating Canadian Foreign Trade Policies
4. Geoffrey Hale - International Regulatory Cooperation and Multi-Level Governance: Motives, Methods and Outcomes
5. Greg Anderson - 'Who is Us?' The Shifting Sands of Foreign Direct Investment Policies


Part II - Market Movements, Human Flows and Canada's Multidimensional Borders
6. Geoffrey Hale - Cross-Border Movements and Governance: A Multi-Dimensional Shifting Landscape
7. Meredith B. Lilly - Reforming High-Skilled Temporary Worker Programs in Canada and the United States: Both Sticks and Carrots
8. Geoffrey Hale - Managing Cross-Cutting Interdependencies: Canada`s Cross-Border Transportation and Infrastructure Regimes in a North American and
International Context
9. Barry E. Prentice and John Coleman - Dividing and Uniting Transportation Border Markets: The Role of Cabotage
10. Geoffrey Hale - National Security and Economic Security: Distributed vs. Hierarchical Management of Domestic and Critical Infrastructure Security in Canada and North America
11. Debora Van Nijnatten and Carolyn Johns - Environmental vs. Territorial Borders: Canada-US Cooperation on Environmental Issues and the Resilience of Transboundary Governance


Part III - Trans-Border and Cross-Border Regions
12. Patricia Dewey Lambert -- Cross-Border Regionalism in Western Canada
13. Stephen Tomblin - Cross-Border Constraints and Dynamics in the Northeast
14. Kathryn Bryk Friedman - Attributes of Cross-Border Economic Policy-Making in the Great Lakes Economic Region: Insights into Complex Bordering Processes at the Subnational Scale
15. Carolyn James - Canada's Arctic Boundaries and the United States: Binational vs. Bilateral Policy Making in North America


Part IV - Sectoral and Sub-Sectoral Issues
16. Brendan A. Sweeney - Whither Canada's automotive industry? Policy, trade and regional competitiveness.
17. Monica Gattinger - Canadian Energy in North America and Beyond: Between an Economic Rock and a Progressive Hard Place.
18. William A. Kerr and Jill E. Hobbs -- Is NAFTA's Northern Border Thickening for Agri-food Products?
19. Mathilde Bourgeon and Elisabeth Vallet - U.S. International Trade in Arms Regulations (ITAR) and Quebec's Aerospace Industry
20. Geoffrey Hale and Greg Anderson - Capacity for Choice? Managing International Policy Relations in a World of Shifting Borders


List of Contributors
Bibliography
Endnotes

Om forfatteren

Geoffrey Hale is a professor in the Department of Political Science at the University of Lethbridge.
Greg Anderson is a professor in the Department of Political Science at the University of Alberta.