• Introduction / David Carment and David Bercuson
  • A question of degree: the prime minister, political leadership, and Canadian foreign policy / Adam Chapnick
  • Assessing the impact of recent immigration trends on Canadian foreign policy / Elizabeth Riddell-Dixon
  • Jamaica, Haiti, and the role of diasporas / Andrew Harrington, Stewart Prest, and Per Unheim
  • Multiculturalism and Canadian foreign policy / J.L. Granatstein
  • The Parizeau-Chrétien version: ethnicity and Canadian grand strategy / David G. Haglund
  • Muslim communities: the pitfalls of decision-making in Canadian foreign policy / Sami Aoun
  • Just how liberal and democratic is Canadian foreign policy? / Christian Leuprecht and Todd Hataley
  • Public perceptions of Canada-US relations: regionalism and diversity / Evan Potter
  • Defense policy distorted by the sovereignist prism? The bloc Québécois on security and defense questions (1990-2005) / Stéphane Roussel and Charles-Alexandre Théorêt
  • Interpreting Quebec's international relations: whim or necessity? / Nelson Michaud
  • Conclusion: putting Canada's diversity into Canadian foreign policy / David Bercuson and David Carment