Canadian American Relations

HIS 415M
Description: This course provides a historical analysis of Canadian-American relations in the broader context of International Relations. It focuses on the relationship between the two nations since the American Revolution. Some scholars have gone as far as to assert that the imbalance of power between the two nations has led inexorably to the Americanization of Canada, while others note that, in the era of globalization, the two nations have become more alike. A third school maintains that the two countries have followed divergent paths since the end of the Cold War. However, all observers of Canadian-American relations agree that historically, Canada's foreign policy has been inexorably linked to its relationship with the United States. Champlain Students: Can be used as Core 330 requirement.

Prerequisite: None

Not Offered This Semester

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