Canada and the World: One Year After 9-11

September 14, 2002

The actions of a handful of terrorists reverberate still. Across much of the globe, nation upon nation has attempted to come to grips with an event that, in ninety minutes, mandated a re-examination of government priorities, domestic vulnerabilities and international alliances. Little has been left untouched. This is perhaps most true within the shifting sands of foreign policy. Contributors: Bill Graham, Charles F. Doran, David Grondin, Stephen Clarkson, Kathy Bickmore, Martin Rudner, Hector Mackenzie, Denis Stairs, David M. Malone, Patrick Wittmann, Desmond Morton, Jack Jedwab, John Biles, Humera Ibrahim, Dean F. Oliver