Complexities of Foreign Policy Bipartisanship: Lessons From Canada

Foreign policy bipartisanship is a difficult but common theme in Westminster systems such as Australia‚Äôs; looking at the particular case of Canada reveals a complex set of outcomes, each with its own merits and disadvantages. Foreign policy bipartisanship is a deeply entrenched idea in the US. While in practice bipartisanship between Democrats and Republicans has become rarer … More Complexities of Foreign Policy Bipartisanship: Lessons From Canada