Natural Resources In U.s.-canadian Relations, Volume 2: Patterns And Trends In Resource Supplies And Policies, 1st Edition (Hardback) book cover

Natural Resources In U.s.-canadian Relations, Volume 2

Patterns And Trends In Resource Supplies And Policies, 1st Edition

By Carl E. Beigie

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642 pages

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The combined efforts of the World Peace Foundation, the G. D. Howe Research Institute, and the Centre Quebecois de Relations Internationales have culminated in a comprehensive three-volume study of critical U.S.-Canadian resource issues. Motivated initially by the tensions of the mid-1970s and by immediate U.S. concerns about the actions of its maj

Table of Contents

Other Volumes -- Preface -- Introduction -- Iron Ore -- Nickel -- The Fertilizer Industry -- Phosphate Rock -- Potash -- Bauxite and Aluminum -- Asbestos -- Copper -- Uranium -- Forest Products -- Other Minerals and Deep-Sea Nodules -- Other Replenishable Resources -- Overview and Conclusions

About the Author

Carl E. Beigie, president of the C. D. Howe Research Institute in Montreal, is a specialist in Canadian-U.S. economic relations.

Alfred O. Hero, Jr., director of the World Peace Foundation in Boston, is a political scientist who specializes in U.S.-Canadian, and particularly U.S.-Quebec, relations.

Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
POL000000
POLITICAL SCIENCE / General