bout de papier Magazine – Canada's Magazine of Diplomacy and Foreign Service

 

Vol. 21, No. 4

Features/Chroniques

  • Left Behind in Nanjing – As Chester Ronning closed the doors of the Canadian Embassy in China in 1951, police arrested innocent locally-engaged employee Tessie Wong. Story by Camrose Burdon
  • Towards the “Carthaginian Peace” by Roger Lucy
  • The United Nations: Adapting to the 21st Century by Louise Fréchette. This article first appeared in a collection of essay Irrelevant or Indispensable? The United Naitons in the 21st Century edited by Paul Heinbecker and Patricia Goff – Wilfrid Laurier University Press
  • Sylvia Ostry’s Life, Method and Thought on the International Stage by David M. Malone
  • A Year of Self-Funded Leave – Story and photos by Paul Gibbard

In Memoriam / En Mémoire de
Leonard Mader and Paul Dunbar

From the Archives / Extrait des archives
Reply from Ottawa: What about shoes… and sealing wax? Presentation of credentials in Denmark by John Kearning, by Hector Mackenzie

Books in Review

Entertainment/Divertissement
Liebnitz and the Pan-Galactic Fondue – Back to the future again with A Aalto

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