2008 Annual Conference

Canada & The United States:

What Does It Mean To Be Good Neighbours?

The 2008 Annual Ottawa Conference was held on Monday, October 27 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel. The conference focused on what it means for Canada and the United States to be good neighbours. The panels examined issues that have been problematic between the two countries and recommended solutions where applicable. The panels addressed the following specific issues:


1. Territorial Resource Issues
2. Multilateralism, Unilateralism, and Spheres of Influence
3. North American Defence Issues; and
4. Border Issues.


Additional information about the 2008 conference may be found on our 2008 conference web site.





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