The U.s.canada Security Relationship
The Politics, Strategy, And Technology Of Defense
This book focuses on the critical issues shaping the bilateral defense relationship of the U.S. and Canada, including the future of ballistic missile defense, the increased deployment of air- and sea-launched cruise missiles, and the growing debate within Canada over security relations with the US.
Table of Contents
Introduction -- Canada, the United States, and Collective Defense -- The Future of Transatlantic Defense: Canada, the U.S. and NATO in the Post-INF Period -- Trends in Alliance Conventional Defense Initiatives: Implications for North American and European Security -- The Contemporary Defense Debate in Canada -- Canadian Neutrality: Its Military Consequences -- “No East or West”: Canadian Churches and Collective Defense in the 1980s -- North American Defense: Cooperation or Discord? -- The Permanent Joint Board on Defense, 1940-1988 -- Canada and the Modernization of North American Air Defense -- The United States and the Future of North American Air Defense -- Ballistic Missile Defense, Arms Control and the Implications for Canada -- Nuclear Submarines for Canada: A Technical Critique -- The SSNs and the Question of Nonproliferation -- Parting of the Waves? The Strategy and Politics of the SSN Decision
David G. Haglund, Joel J. Sokolsky