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Contemporary Links

NAFTA – Africa

NAFTA – Central and South America

Final Words

i Riordan Roett, "The Trilateral Relationship: Latin America, Europe, and the United States," in Susan Kaufman Purcell and François Simon (eds.), Europe and Latin America in the World Economy, Boulder: Lynne Rienner Publishers, 1995, p. 174.

ii John Bartlet Brebner, North Atlantic Triangle, Toronto: McLelland and Stewart, Carleton Library, No. 30, 1970, p. xxv.

iii Brebner , p. 245.

iv Brebner comments that "Canada and the United States conducted an almost continuous tariff war from 1865 to 1935 and yet trade between them grew until it was the largest exchange between the nations in the world.  Brebner, p. 247.

v Ronald Steel, Walter Lippmann and the American Century, Boston: Little, Brown and Company,  1980, p. 111.

vi Iverach McDonald, "The Logic of Allied Unity," in Marquis Childs and James Reston (eds.), Walter Lippmann and his Times, New York: Harcourt, Brace and Co., 1959, pp. 131 and 142.

vii Roett, p. 175

viii Ian M. Drummond and Norman Hillmer, Negotiating Free Trade: The United Kingdom, the United States, Canada and the Trade Agreements of 1938, Waterloo: Wilfred Laurier University Press, 1989, p. 21.

ix William L. Langer, "The American Attitude Towards Europe: An Historical Approach," in Carl S. Schorske and Elizabeth Schorske (eds.), Explorations in Crisis: Papers on International History, William L. Langer, Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1969, pp. 306 and 310.

x Joseph Kraft, The Grand Design, New York: Harpers Brothers, 1962, pp. 22 and 23.

xi John C. Kornblum, "A Tour Through the New Atlantic Community," address to the Atlantic Council, http://www.state.gov/www/regions/eur/10-8korn.html.

xii The term “trans-Atlantic” has been appropriated by those who concern themselves with the relationship between North America and Europe.  When referring to relations among the nations or continents of the Atlantic Rim, the term

xiii "Documents of the First International Congress on the Atlantic Rim," Boston: Boston, 1994.

xiv A. Blake Friscia and Françoise Simon, "The Economic Relationship Between Europe and Latin America,” in Susan Kaufman Purcell and Françoise Simon (eds.), Europe and Latin America in the World Economy, Boulder: Lynne Rienner Publishers, 1995, pp. 20 and 22.

xv Jessie P. Poon, “The Cosmopolitanization of Trade Regions: Global Trends and Implications, 1965-1990,” Economic Geography, Vol.73, No. 4, October 1997, p. 398.

xvi For a discussion of this see: Gérard-François Dumont, L’identité de l’Europe, Nice: Editions C.R.D.P., 1997.

xviiAndrew Walker, The Commonwealth: A New Look, Oxford: Pergamon Press, 1978, Ch. 1.

xviii Walker pp. 2 and 3.

xix Commonwealth Secretariat, Commonwealth Organisations, London: Commonwealth Secretariat, 1985, p.9.

xx Jean-Louis Roy, Chapitre II.

xxi Jean-Marc Léger, La Francophonie: grand dessein, grande ambiguïte, Lasalle (Québec): Hurtubise, 1987, pp. 200-204.

xxii François-Pierre Le Scouarnec, La Francophonie, Canada: Boréal, 1997, p. 46.

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