Canada as an Ally of the United States, 1945-1975
A proposal to research the degree to which Canada was a loyal and dependable ally of the United States during the first thirty years of the Cold War, 1945-75.
# 133965 | 1,500 words | 8 sources | 2007 |
Published on Dec 01, 2007 in International Relations (Cold War) , International Relations (U.S.) , Canadian Studies (History, Culture)
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This proposal provides tentative source material for a larger paper aimed at answering the question of whether or not Canada was a loyal ally to the US during the Cold War - especially during the first 30 or so years of the conflict. The paper highlights the fears of Canadian leaders about losing sovereignty and also captures the willingness of Canadian decision-makers to diverge from the US lead. The paper shows how Canada was a fairly loyal ally - but one determined to carve its own path.
From the Paper:"Part I: Historical Significance, major historiographical debates, and main argument of paper. The historical significance of this issue should be obvious. Firstly, if we are to understand the current nature of the Canada/US relationship, we must understand that relationship against the backdrop of history; in other words, how has the Canada/US relationship been throughout the course of the "modern" age? Further, given as Russia has indicated a renewed willingness to return to the suspicious days of the Cold War, knowing the..."
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