Studying International Relations in Canada: A View from Queen's

Kim Richard Nossal, Charles C. Pentland
Published: Wednesday, 02/22/2006 12:00 am EST

As long as Canadians seek to defend and promote their interests and values abroad through diplomacy, trade, development assistance and military operations, they will need their own "sovereign" capacity to interpret and understand the world around them. While much valuable knowledge will be provided by diplomats, journalists, tourists and family ties, scholars of international relations are well placed to provide a sense of the bigger picture through their research and teaching.

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