By Edelgard Mahant, Graeme S. Mount
An research of the distance among Canadian perceptions of yank coverage towards Canada and real US coverage. It makes use of a great number of circumstances facing political and fiscal concerns and concludes that for the main half Canada was once unimportant in Washington.
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85 The Canadian government still thought in terms of the Commonwealth and the North Atlantic, not in terms of the Western Hemisphere. 86 Canada’s Position among the Allies Several events in 1949 affected Canada’s position as an American ally. The creation of the Federal Republic of Germany and the signing of the NATO The Cold War, Part I (1945-60) defensive alliance by twelve West European governments (though not that of Germany), the United States, and Canada, demonstrated that Americans had other important allies.
NATO members assumed an obligation to consider an attack on one member as an attack on all members and to take appropriate measures to defend each other’s territory in Europe and North America. 114 In February 1948, the very month of the coup that turned Czechoslovakia into a Soviet satellite, Great Britain, France, and the Benelux countries formed a military alliance, the Brussels Pact. ”116 In the United States, the United Kingdom, and Canada, government officials and diplomats took Canada’s participation for granted.
Canada’s role would be on the sidelines rather than in NATO’s inner council. Once hostilities had begun in Korea, the NATO allies wondered whether Stalin was testing their resolve. Would he support other proxy wars as well? Dean Acheson favoured a military build-up in Europe and he wanted Canadian help. ” Pearson discussed this perception with Woodward in the summer of 1950, for the matter was by no means academic. Lewis Douglas, American ambassador in the United Kingdom, sensed that despite their dislike of Soviet Communism, continental Europeans were defeatist and unwilling to fight.
Invisible and Inaudible in Washington: American Policies Toward Canada by Edelgard Mahant, Graeme S. Mount