Regionalism and the State: NAFTA and Foreign Policy Convergence
Ashgate, 2007 - International relations - 182 pages
Even though, at the time of writing, negotiations for the establishment of a Free Trade Area of the Americas have been stalled for more than three years, the FTAA negotiations remain an interesting case study for examining NAFTA's impact on the policy preferences of its member governments. The US, Canada & Mexico feature as case studies.
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