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A Teaching Topic in Intergovernmental and Global Context

Strategy as a State Concern

This teaching topic examines why national strategy is, or should be, a concern of states and how they develop and implement national strategy.  

Recommended Reading (University of Toronto PPG-2008)

Kissinger, Henry, "Meshing Idealism and Realism in the Middle East" Washington Post (3 August 2012) at http://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/henry-kissinger-meshing-realism-and-idealism-in-syria-middle-east/2012/08/02/gJQAFkyHTX_story.html (accessed 23 February 2013).

Studin, Irvin, "National Language Strategy is Key to Canada’s Future" Toronto Star (1 January 2013) at http://www.thestar.com/opinion/editorialopinion/article/1308369--national-language-strategy-is-key-to-canada-s-future (accessed 23 February 2013).

Studin, Irvin, "Australia shows west how to pivot to Asia" Financial Times (7 January 2013) at http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/b28fdf56-58d7-11e2-99e6-00144feab49a.html#axzz2LkqseGc1 (accessed 23 February 2013).

Source: University of Toronto PPG 2008 Syllabus, 2013.

Page created by: Ian Clark, last updated 23 February 2013.


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