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Readership: Canada's Foreign and Security Policy: Soft and Hard Strategies of a Middle Power is a core text for advanced Canadian Foreign Policy courses and a supplemental text for advanced Security Studies courses, both offered out of university Political Science Departments.
Edited by Nik Hynek, Research Fellow, Institute of International Relations, Prague, Czech, and David Bosold, Head, International Forum on Strategic Thinking, German Council on Foreign Relations (DGAP), German
List of Contributors
Part 1: Re-Examining Middlepowerhood in Canada's Foreign and Security Policy
1: Tom Keating: Whither the Middle Power Identity? Transformations in the Canadian Foreign and Security Milieus
2: Kim Richard Nossal: 'Middlepowerhood' and 'Middlepowermanship' in Canadian Foreign Policy
3: David Bosold: Canada as a Middle, Model, or Civilian Power: What's in a Name?
Part 2: Re-Examining Canada's Soft Power
4: Nik Hynek: How 'Soft' Is Canada's Soft Power in the Field of Human Security?
5: Sárka Waisová: The Transformation of Canada's Development Policy through the Security-Development Approach
6: Jozef Bátora: The Diplomacy of a Middle Power: Innovation and Its Limits
7: Andrew Baldwin and Simon Dalby: Canadian Middle Power Identity, Environmental Biopolitics, and Human Insecurity
8: Gordon Laxer: Superpower, Middle Power, or Satellite? Canadian Energy and Environmental Policy
Part 3: Re-Examining Canada's Hard Power
9: Wilfried von Bredow: The Revolution in Military Affairs and the Dilemma of the Canadian Armed Forces
10: David G. Haglund: A Security Community-'If You Can Keep It': Societal Security, Demography, and the North American Zone of Peace
11: Kent Roach: Canada's Response to Terrorism: Human Security at Home?
12: Ben Zyla and Joel J. Sokolsky: Canada and the Atlantic Alliance in the post-Cold War Era: More NATO than NATO?
13: Petra Dolata-Kreutzkamp: Canada's Arctic Policy: Transcending the Middle-Power Model?