Forgotten Partnership: U.S. – Canada Relations Today by Charles Doran, published 25 years ago and hailed by the American Review of Canadian Studies as “an important, original contribution to understanding of the most complex network of interactions and intervulnerabilities between sovereign countries in the non-communist world.” Watch an interview with Dr. Charles Doran on C-SPAN.
Cambria Press is proud to announce that Forgotten Partnership Redux: Canada-U.S. Relations in the 21st Century––the book which revisits Dr. Charles Doran’s landmark book in a contemporary setting––has just been published! Watch the Cambria Press interview with one of the volume’s editors, Dr. Christopher Sands of the Hudson Institute, about this much-anticipated book that he and Professor Greg Anderson of the University of Alberta painstakingly put together.
The contributors to this latest volume by Cambria Press are leading scholars in the area and the book has been praised by both Dr. Charles Doran himself and Dr. Tamara Woroby, president of the Association for Canadian Studies in the United States (ACSUS) Executive Council.
*Both Dr. Anderson and Dr. Sands will be at the Association for Canadian Studies in the United States (ACSUS) meeting in Ottawa (Nov 16–20, 2011) with galley copies!