THE ORIGINS OF CANADA’S RUSSIAN POLICY
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THE ORIGINS OF CANADA’S RUSSIAN POLICY
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The article is based on the analysis of activities and reporting by first Canadian Ambassadors and Chargés d’affaires in Moscow - Dana Wilgress (1942-1947), John W. Holmes (1947-1948), and Robert Ford (1947, 1951-1954, 1964-1980), who have had a significant influence on the formulation and implementation of Canadian Government’s policy towards the Soviet Russia
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Soviet-Canadian and Russian-Canadian relations, Cold war; Canada’s Russian policy, Lester Pearson, first Canadian Ambassadors and Chargés d'affaires in Moscow: Dana Wilgress, John W. Holmes, and Robert Ford
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