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100 1  Burney, Derek H. 
245 10 Brave new Canada :|bmeeting the challenge of a changing 
       world /|cDerek H. Burney and Fen Osler Hampson.|h[Axis 360
       electronic resource] 
264  1 |bMcGill Queens Univ Press,|c2014. 
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505 0  Five new challenges in a turbulent world -- Canada-US : a 
       time to rest -- The global economic transformation -- An 
       age of diminished multilateralism -- Managing new global 
       security threats -- Restoring the allure of pluralistic 
       democratic values -- Managing internal fault lines -- 
       Invigorating and engaging the private sector -- A third 
       option with legs. 
520    "Globalization and the shifting tectonic plates of the 
       international system have led to an increasingly 
       competitive world. If Canada hopes to gain advantage from 
       the dramatic developments underway it will have to 
       aggressively adapt its foreign and domestic policies and 
       priorities under the clear direction of the federal 
       government or accept being left behind. In Brave New 
       Canada, Derek Burney and Fen Hampson identify the key 
       trends that are reshaping the world's geopolitics and 
       economics and discuss the challenges Canada confronts with
       the rise of China and other global centres of power. Their
       examination of a wide range of themes - including the 
       place of pluralistic democratic values in diplomacy, 
       economics, and trade, the ways that Canada should reset 
       relations with its neighbour to the south, as well as how 
       to manage new global security threats - paints a picture 
       of how Canada can become bold, assertive, and confident 
       and easily adjust to a new global landscape. Arguing that 
       a successful foreign policy cannot be crafted by looking 
       at the world in the rear-view mirror, Brave New Canada 
       offers evidence-based, provocative prescriptions for both 
       the public and private sectors that should stimulate 
       discussion and command widespread attention."--|cPublisher
648  7 2000-2099|2fast 
650  7 Economic policy|xForecasting.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst00902038 
650  7 International economic relations|xForecasting.|2fast
650  7 Social policy|xForecasting.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01122749 
651  0 Canada|xForeign economic relations|xForecasting. 
651  0 Canada|xEconomic policy|y21st century|xForecasting. 
651  0 Canada|xSocial policy|xForecasting. 
651  5 Canada|xForeign relations|y21st century|xForecasting. 
651  7 Canada.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01204310 
655  4 Electronic books. 
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