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