Environment and Trade: The NAFTA Case
Annette Baker Fox examines how the inclusion of environmental provisions in the NAFTA negotiations broke a rule the United States and Canada regularly observed in their dealings with each other – not to link unrelated issues. By going against tradition, American environmental groups successfully enlarged their role in foreign trade matters.
The Other Western Europe: A Political Analysis of the Smaller Democracies, Earl H. Fry Reviewed by Annette Baker Fox
Canada and the American Presence: The U. S. Interest in an Independent Canada, John Sloan Dickey Reviewed by Annette Baker Fox
Small Powers in Alignment, O. De Raeymaeker, W. Andries, L. Grollen, H. De Fraye and F. Govaerts Reviewed by Annette Baker Fox
The Other Powers: Studies in the Foreign Policies of Small States, Ronald P. Barston Reviewed by Annette Baker Foxmore by this author
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