Date of Award
Master of Arts (MA)
Kim Richard Nossal
Diplomacy has been an important component in international relations since the earliest of civilizations. As societies evolved, so did diplomacy. In the context of the relationship between Canada and the United States the issue of acid rain resulted in some unusual diplomatic tactics being employed by Canada. This thesis seeks to review the degree of this unusual behaviour and determine whether it is an indication of a shift in the nature of diplomacy in the Canadian-American relationship, or an isolated incident, not likely to be repeated.
Mackneson, Nancy, "Diplomacy, Canadian-American Relations and the Issue of Acid Rain" (1993). Open Access Dissertations and Theses. Paper 6423.
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