Polityka bezpieczeństwa Kanady: nowa strategia, wierność priorytetom.

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Title Polityka bezpieczeństwa Kanady: nowa strategia, wierność priorytetom.
Tytuł równoległy: Canada Security Policy, New Strategy, Permanence of Priorities.
Autor: Pęksa, Rafał
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11331/136
Date: 2009
Źródło: Doctrina. - 2009, nr 6, s. 197-214
Abstract: Canada took part in creating United Nations Organization and actively participated in many UN specialized organizations. It was also the co-author of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. Contributed in negotiations in the matter of the prohibition of continuing the experiences with the nuclear weapon, supported Treaty Between the United States of America and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republic on the Limitation of Anti-Ballistic Missile Systems. Canada acted as a leader of the British Commonwealth, the allied of United States, moderator in the Atlantic Alliance, mediator in solving international conflicts. Canada was involved as the economic power in solving global problems, and also offered help for undeveloped states. Beginning from the end of years 60. the politics of Canadian governments brought to the reduction of defense expenses, and in the result brought some problems with the Canadian identity. The Canada balances among the necessity of the co-operation with United States and the protections of own independence. New defense strategy introduced in 2008, Canada First. Defense Strategy, created possibilities of change in the defense policy. New strategy give possibility of the armed forces strengthening and the strengthening of the international position of the Canada, however these introduced changes are meeting some difficulty after years of negligence s.

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