The Diplomacy of Concert: Canada, the G-7 and the Halifax Summit
by John Kirton


6. See most prominently: Allan Gotlieb's "The Western Economic Summit," Canada, Department of External Affairs, Statements and Speeches,, No. 81/13. Ottawa, and "Canada and the Economic Summits: Power and Responsibility." Bissell Paper No. 1. Toronto: University of Toronto, Centre for International Studies, 1987; Sylvia Ostry's International Economic Policy Co-ordination, Chatham House Papers, Vol. 30. London and New York: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1986 (with Michael Artis), "Summitry: the Medium and the Message," Bissell Paper No. 3. Toronto: University of Toronto, Centre for International Studies, 1988, and "Canada, Europe and the Economic Summits," Paper presented at the All-European Canadian Studies Conference, The Hague, October 24-27, 1990, Unpublished, and (with others) The Summit Process and Collective Security: Future Responsibility Sharing, (Washington, D. C., Group of Thirty, 1991); and Wendy Dobson. Economic Policy Co-ordination: Requiem or Prologue? Policy Analyses in International Economics, Vol. 30. Washington, D. C.: Institute for International Economics, 1991, "Rethinking the G-7: A New World Coordination Process." International Economic Insights 2 (March/April 1991): 34-35, and "Economic Policy Co-ordination Institutionalized: The G-7 and the Future of the Bretton Woods Institutions," In Bretton Woods Commission, Bretton Woods: Looking to the Future3, July 1994, pp. C-143-148.

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