Architects and Innovators focuses on the personalities and careers of key, but often-overlooked, individuals who shaped the Department over the past century and offers a compelling and accessible introduction to the history of Canadian diplomacy by some of Canada's leading scholars. Included are reflections by Rt. Hon. Joe Clark, former prime minister and secretary of state for external affairs, Hon. Pierre Pettigrew, former minister of international trade and former minister of foreign affairs, and James Taylor, former under-secretary of state for external affairs and ambassador to Japan
Innovative and unique, Architects and Innovators emphasizes the vital role of individuals - politicians and civil servants - in the policy-making process.
Contributors include Eric Bergbusch (York University), Robert Bothwell (University of Toronto), David Elder (Queen's University), John English (Centre for International Governance Innovation), John Hilliker, Norman Hillmer (Carleton University), Hector Mackenzie (DFAIT), Francine McKenzie (University of Western Ontario), Hon. Roy MacLaren, Margaret MacMillan (Oxford University), John Meehan (University of Toronto), Carman Miller (McGill University), Kim Richard Nossal (Queen's University), Stephane Paquin (Sherbrooke University), Stephane Roussel (Universite du Quebec a Montreal), Michael Stevenson (York University), and Claire Turenne-Sjolander (University of Ottawa).
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