1 edition of Alliances and illusions; Canada and the NATO-NORAD question found in the catalog.
Alliances and illusions; Canada and the NATO-NORAD question
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|Statement||[by] Lewis Hertzman, John W. Warnock [and] Thomas A. Hockin, with an introduction by Dalton K. Camp.|
|Contributions||Warnock, John W., 1933-, Hockin, Thomas A., 1938-|
|LC Classifications||F1029 .H47|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxi, 154 p.|
|Number of Pages||154|
|LC Control Number||71461380|
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Alliances and illusions; Canada and the NATO-NORAD question. Edmonton, M.G. Hurtig  (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Lewis Hertzman; John W Warnock; Thomas A Hockin.
Alliances and Illusions: Canada and the NATO-NORAD Question. by Lewis Hertzman, John Warnock and Thomas Hockin. Introduction by Dalton Camp.
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In the Czech Republic, Hungary, and Poland joined. Bulgaria, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Romania, Slovakia, and Slovenia joined five years later, Albania and Croatia joined inand Montenegro joined inbringing the membership to NATO maintains headquarters in Brussels, Belgium.
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NORAD’s commander is directly and equally responsible to both the President of the United States and the Prime Minister of Canada.
While it’s no secret that Canada and the U.S. enjoy a very close alliance, NORAD is truly unique in the world—no other two countries have an arrangement quite like it. TRUDEAU AND THE PARLIAMENTARY DEBATES ON DEFENCE POLICY (–) Elena Baldassarri L.
Hertzman, J. Warnock, T. Hockin, Alliances and illusions: Canada and the Nato – Norad question, Edmonton, Hurtig, ; P. Letourneau, Le Canada et West question as the crucial point, the primary candidate for financial.
Canada and the U.S. also share a privileged relationship in NATO as the only two non-European members of the Alliance. Canada and the U.S. share a mutual commitment to the NATO Alliance as the cornerstone of the trans-Atlantic security and defence relationship.
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