Ethics and Security in Canadian Foreign Policy

This collection brings together a wide range of authoritative, informed perspectives on issues of ethics and security facing Canadians, linking abstract analytical and philosophical questions to the critical and challenging questions of decision-making practice in Canadian foreign policy. Contributors deal with both the abstract notions of value, culture, norms, and ethics, and the concrete questions of policy, law, and enforcement. They assess the challenges and the opportunities presented by new concepts, such as human security, mutual vulnerability, soft power, and niche diplomacy, for foreign policy decision making.