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Author: Hans Michelmann
ISBN: 0773535012
Subcategory: Legal Theory & Systems
Pages 432 pages
Publisher McGill-Queen's University Press; 1 edition (January 28, 2009)
Language English
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fore ign relations in federal countries. a global dialogue on federalism. This volume on federalism and foreign relations in twelve federal countries is the fifth contribution to a series of practical books on federalism being published as a part of the Global Dialogue on Federalism program. The objective of this Global Dialogue is to engage experts from around the world in comparative conversations and debates about core themes and issues of federalism.

This fifth book in the Global Dialogue series explores questions such as: What constitutional powers do the federal .

Booklet 5 provides a comparative snapshot of how foreign relations are conducted in Argentina, Australia, Austria .

Booklet 5 provides a comparative snapshot of how foreign relations are conducted in Argentina, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Germany, India, Malaysia, South Africa, Spain, Switzerland, and the United States. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.

Constitutional history, Federal government, International relations, Comparative government.

found in the catalog Chandra Pasma Close. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Constitutional history, Federal government, International relations, Comparative government.

Series: Global Dialogue on Federalism Series. Published by: McGill-Queen's University Press. The volume offers a comparative perspective on the conduct of foreign relations in twelve federal countries: Argentina, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Germany, India, Malaysia, South Africa, Spain, Switzerland, and the United States. eISBN: 978-0-7735-7618-6. Subjects: Political Science.

Global Dialogue on Federalism Booklet Series. Dialogues on Foreign Relations in Federal Countries. The fifth booklet in a series to explore the topic of legislative, executive and judicial governance in eleven federal countries

Global Dialogue on Federalism Booklet Series. 9780773532717: Paperback Release Date: 1st June 2007. Dimensions: 152 x 229. Number of Pages: 72. Series Global Dialogue on Federalism Booklet Series. The fifth booklet in a series to explore the topic of legislative, executive and judicial governance in eleven federal countries. Raoul Blindenbacher is the vice-president of Forum of Federations. lt;br Chandra Pasma is Global Dialogue Program Manager, Forum of Federations.

This fifth book in the Global Dialogue series explores foreign policy in federal countries, which often varies among such countries and differs considerably from that of unitary countries. Foreign policy has traditionally been the responsibility of central governments. In countries with a unitary system of government this state of affairs is relatively unproblematic since most powers accrue to, and most public policy is conducted at, the national level.

In Michelmann, Hans (Ed., Foreign Relations in Federal Countries, (pp. 37-64). In R Blindenbacher & C Pasma (Ed., Dialogues on foreign relations in federal countries (A Global Dialogue on Federalism Booklet Series volume 5), (pp. 12-14). Canada: Forum of Federations. Montreal: McGill-Queens University Press.

The Global Dialogue on Federalism, which the Forum co-sponsors with the . In volume 3, Legislative, Executive and Judicial Governance in Federal Countries, the Canadian chapter was written by Thomas Hueglin.

The program is structured around a series of themes. The activities on each theme fol- low a set model. Future publications will address foreign relations, and local governments and metropolitan regions.

Foreign Relations in Federal Countries addresses questions such as: What constitutional powers do the federal governments and constituent states have to conduct foreign affairs? To what degree are relations between orders of government regularized by formal agreement or informal practice? What roles do constituent governments have in negotiation and implementation of international treaties? The volume offers a comparative perspective on the conduct of foreign relations in twelve federal countries: Argentina, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Germany, India, Malaysia, South Africa, Spain, Switzerland, and the United States. Contributors include Francisco Aldecoa (Universidad Complutense de Madrid), George Anderson (Forum of Federations), Raoul Blindenbacher (Forum of Federations), Peter Bursens (Universiteit Antwerpen), Noe Cornago (University of the Basque Country), Earl Fry (Brigham Young University), Stefan Hammer (University of Vienna), Rudolf Hrbek (University of Tubingen), Happymon Jacob (University of Jammu), Eduardo Iglesias (Consejo Argentino para las Relaciones Internacionales), Andreas Kiefer (European Affairs Office, Land Salzburg), Andre Lecours (Concordia University), Francis Kok-Wah Loh (Universiti Sains Malaysia), Malcom MacLaren (University of Zurich), Francoise Massart-Pierard (Universite Catholique de Louvain-la-Neuve), Amitabh Mattoo (University of Jammu), Hans J. Michelmann (University of Saskatchewan), Christina Murray (University of Cape Town), Salim A. Nakhjavani (University of Cape Town), Chandra Pasma (Forum of Federations), Daniel Thurer (University of Zurich), and Anne Twomey (University of Sydney).