Parties Long Estranged: Canada and Australia in the Twentieth Century

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Margaret MacMillan, Francine McKenzie
UBC Press, 2003 - 288 páginas
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This book brings together recent and original work to illuminate comparisons and contrasts between two former colonies of the British Empire. The contributors include some of the top names in history and political science in Canada and Australia. They cover the entire twentieth century and examine different aspects of Canadian-Australian relations, including trade, civil aviation, and military, constitutional, imperial, and diplomatic relations. The comparisons include Aboriginal rights, nation building, middle powers, and attitudes toward the Empire.

This timely volume is well situated in the field of comparative studies, a new and growing area. It will be of interest to students and scholars of foreign affairs, the British Commonwealth and its dismantling, constitutional history, and international relations.

 

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Rivals Allies and Models
97
Responses to the Defections of Gouzenko in Canada and Petrov
183
Conclusion
267
Contributors
276
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Margaret MacMillan is Provost of Trinity College, University of Toronto, and the author of Paris 1919: Six Months That Changed the World, among many other publications. Francine McKenzie teaches history at the University of Western Ontario and is the author of Redefining the Bonds of Commonwealth 1939-1948: The Politics of Preference.

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