A Bibliography of Works on Canadian Foreign Relations, 1991-1995


600 pages
Contains Bibliography
ISBN 0-919084-65-6
DDC 016.32771




Edited by Jennifer McNenly and Andrew McGregor
Reviewed by Graeme S. Mount

Graeme S. Mount is a professor of history at Laurentian University. He
is also the author of Canada’s Enemies: Spies and Spying in the
Peaceable Kingdom, and the co-author of Invisible and Inaudible in
Washington: American Policies Toward Canada.


Researchers, students, and professors will want to regularly consult
this bibliography of works on Canadian foreign relations. This
bibliography, which is also available on the Internet, consists of two
sections—Subject Index and Author Index. Spot checks indicated the
name of any author (Canadian or non-Canadian published either within or
outside Canada) relevant to the topic. Indeed, some of the authors are
not primarily writers (most notably George Bush, Kim Campbell, Joe
Clark, and Bill Clinton). There are 14 entries under “J.L.
Granatstein,” fewer under most other author names. The scholarly world
is indebted to the Canadian Institute of International Affairs for this
indispensable reference book.


“A Bibliography of Works on Canadian Foreign Relations, 1991-1995,” Canadian Book Review Annual Online, accessed June 14, 2024, https://cbra.library.utoronto.ca/items/show/2402.