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Working for Canada

A Pilgrimage in Foreign Affairs from the New World Order to the Rise of Populism

September 30, 2022 | Trade paperback
ISBN: 9781773851938
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Description

An officer of Global Affairs Canada from 1990?2018, Geoff White is a career expert in Canadian foreign policy. In Working for Canada he shares that expertise, illuminating the often invisible work of creating and enacting international policy. Writing with clarity, wit, and common sense, White demystifies Canadian diplomacy and provides a clear view of how it actually works?and when it doesn?t.

Reflecting on the headlines, highlights, and sometimes scandals of a long and successful career, White offers a highly readable blend of personal recollection and political insight. He begins with his first assignment in communications planning during the 1991 Persian Gulf War and continues through the establishment of NAFTA, humanitarian intervention in Kosovo, softwood lumber, during assignments at headquarters and in Canadian embassies abroad. He shares his experiences of negotiating aviation agreements with foreign governments, and of diplomatic efforts aimed at restoring and protecting human rights.

Working for Canada is a fascinating memoir tracing a career spent in the service of Canada and Canadians. At the same time, it provides an unparalleled insider view into communications, negotiations, international trade, and diplomacy.

About this Author

Geoff White is a former diplomat and journalist with wide-ranging experience in foreign and trade policy. He was an officer of Global Affairs Canada from 1990-2018.

ISBN: 9781773851938
Format: Trade paperback
Series: Beyond Boundaries: Canadian Defence and Strategic Studies
Pages: 194
Publisher: University of Calgary Press
Published: 2022-09-30

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