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Department
Political Science
Course
POL312Y1
Professor
John Kirton
Semester
Winter

Description
o Pollution  National Values in Canadian Foreign Policy o Canada’s Values:  1. Multilateralism (Institutionalism)  2. Autonomy  3. Anti-Militarization of Space  4. Environnemental Respect  5. Democracy and democratization  6. Social Equity  7. Human Rights and Tolerance  8. Civil Society Involvement  9. Rule of Law  10. Peacekeeping  11. International Development Assistance  Canada’s Distinctive National Values: John Kirton’s Six o Antimilitarism.  1. Anti-armament (arms control)  2. Anti-armed forces.  3. Anti-conscription  4. Anti-nuclear weapons:  5. Anti-foreign offensive intelligence: o Openness. o Multiculturalism  1. Minority Languages and Cultures are respected and granted rights.  2. Slavery was outlawed early very on.  3. Genocide averted  4. Diversity celebrated. o Environmentalism  1. Commercial Bulk Water Exports.  2. Public Opinion Priorities. o Globalism  1. Preference for shared citizenship  2. Identification with a global community o International Institutionalism  “a passion for creating international institutions to foster political community among citizens, rather than merely managing relations among countries around the world (Kirton 2007: 24).”  Seven Questions on Foreign Policy: o 1) Rank  Rank has five components:  1) Myth and model of historical process  2) Objective capabilities  3) Assertive capabilities  4) Acknowledges status  5) Adaptive resilience o 2) Activity o 3) Association o 4) Order o 5) External Determinants o 6) Societal Determinants o 7) Governmental Determinants   1) Liberal Internationalists the most dominant theory that helps to explain Canadian Foreign Policy,
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