By H. F. Angus
This ebook brings jointly and translates the knowledge when it comes to Canada's contacts with Asiatic international locations because the starting of the second one global warfare. Lucidly written and freshly awarded, it is going to be of serious curiosity to everybody fascinated about foreign affairs.
As Canada's guidelines within the some distance East and Southeast Asia are the results of Canadian regulations generally, Dr. Angus discusses the final regulations first after which their specific software. He bargains with the character of Canadian nationalism; the warfare years and post-war adjustment; Canadian a ways jap coverage and the United countries; the peace cost with Japan and safety; alternate coverage and entry to assets; fiscal counsel and the varieties it takes; cultural sex, human rights, and immigration; and Canadian opinion in regards to the a ways East.
Dr. Angus' booklet is released through the college of Toronto Press for the Canadian Institute of foreign Affairs.
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The obvious cleavage is between those prepared to give active assistance to the National Government and those who consider that, as Canadians, they should be neutral. Canadians of East Indian race, as has been noted, are emphatically Canadian. Greater ease of communication with India and relaxation of barriers to immigration on a small scale have made them more contented and, at the same time, more aware that they are much better off in Canada than they would be in India. In all three cases, Canadians in general and British Columbians in particular are receiving the reward for their enfranchisement of 29 See, for instance, The New Canadian (Toronto), vol.
There is a curious gradation in the type of assistance which nations are willing to accord to one another. The lowest is what used to be called benevolent neutrality. Then comes organized assistance in providing supplies against payment and in facilitating loans. Next in order are operations of the character of Lend-Lease or Mutual Aid. Active military help may take the form of facilitating recruitment of trained or untrained personnel; that of providing non-combatant assistance, such as medical services; that of providing specialists; that of forces manned by specialists, for example, an air detachment; that of naval assistance which is not likely to suffer heavy casualties; penultimately that of the provision of the ground forces which have to face the greatest hardships, have to be recruited in large numbers at a popular level, and have to face the heaviest casualties; finally that of the provision of conscript soldiers.
A conscientious writer is confronted with a dilemma; he must appear as an enfant terrible, or as a blind man. If a statesman had to undergo the sort of gruelling cross-examination to which someone claiming to be a conscientious objector is exposed, he might be asked to say what he would conceive it to be his duty to do if his country had subscribed to a collective security agreement only to find that its most friendly and trusted neighbour was about to make an unprovoked and unannounced attack on the country it most distrusted—if, for instance, the United States were to "Copenhagen" the Russian Air Force.
Canada and the Far East: 1940-1953 by H. F. Angus