CANADA AND THE WAR ON TERRORISM: SOME ASPECTS
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CANADA AND THE WAR ON TERRORISM: SOME ASPECTS
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55-68
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The growing threat of transnational terrorism increases the importance of examination of the policy of each state participating in the antiterrorist campaigns. This article reveals some aspects of Canadian international and domestic policy in this area. The country was the first NATO member to join the US bombing of Syria and implemented a tough anti-terrorism Act.
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Canada, Canadian foreign policy, fight against terrorism, antiterrorist legislation
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11.08.2015
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