The State of the Canada - U.S. Relationship
December 14-15, 2006
Final papers from this conference (below) and archive video (above) are now available.
Every two years, the Association for Canadian Studies in the United States (ACSUS) and the Wilson Center's Canada Institute produce a special issue of The American Review of Canadian Studies (ARCS) on the state of the relationship between Canada and the United States. The issue is dedicated to the memory of Thomas O. Enders, the late U.S. Ambassador to Canada.
Authors will present their papers on a variety of topics in Canada-U.S. relations, discussants will provide comments on the papers, and significant time will be spent on questions and discussion.
This conference will take place over two days in the 5th Floor Conference Room of the Woodrow Wilson Center.
- Political Dimensions of Canadian-American Relations under Harper and Bush: The tension between public opinion and government direction
- Out of Left Field: Defense and 'Canada's New Government'
- In the Eye of the Storm: Canada-U.S. Trade Relations in a Turbulent World
- North American Energy, 2000-2007: What a Difference Those Years Make!
- Comparing Immigrant Settlement Policy in Canada and the United States
- From Trail Smelter to Devil's Lake: The Need for Effective Federal Involvement in Canada-U.S. Environmental Disputes