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Reprint of the lecture delivered in March 2002 at Victoria University.
"In this wide-ranging lecture, Axworthy reflects on liberal values, Canadian politics, and the rise of U.S.-Canadian border issues since the terrorist attack on the United States in September 2001. He addresses many troubling issues, including the conflict in Afghanistan where Canadian soldiers potentially contravened Canada's international treaties handing over prisoners to the United States. He also discusses Canadian territorial sovereignty in the context of U.S. 'homeland security' as well as international inaction on conflicts in Africa that resulted in the deaths of hundreds of thousands of people."--Jacket.
""Contents""; ""Preface""; ""OPENING REMARKS""; ""Introduction: MADAM JUSTICE ROSALIE SILBERMAN ABELLA""; ""THE SIXTH ANNUAL SENATOR KEITH DAVEY LECTURE""; ""Liberals at the Border: We Stand on Guard for Whom? THE HONOURABLE LLOYD AXWORTHY""; ""BIOGRAPHICAL NOTES""; ""The Honourable Lloyd Axworthy""; ""SENATOR KEITH DAVEY""; ""The Senator Keith Davey Lectures""
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