British Foreign Policy in Transition
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The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada), 16 Sep 1969, p. 1-14


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British Foreign Policy in Transition


The commonality between Canada and Britain. The nature and conduct of foreign policy by each country. Re-examining policies in the light of contemporary needs. Looking at the needs of our respective countries today and finding solid and modern reasons why the mutual affection and the links of the past should continue. A review of the responsibilities faced by Britain, many because of her past. The different lists of factors that dominate Canada and British policy but that lead to a similar conclusion: "that neither Britain nor Canada can turn their backs on the world and live to themselves." The various links between Commonwealth countries. Increasing community of purpose among the nations of Western Europe to enable Europe to exercise the political influence in the world that it should be able to exercise. Europe as a partner with Canada, with the United States, and with Britain's other allies in NATO. The problems of NATO and Canada's policy toward it. The necessity and purpose of the NATO alliance. Continuing the drive to sell British goods in Canada. The recent improvement in economic progress in Britain, after some difficult times. A reiteration of the continuing relationship with Canada.