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Written in an engaging and accessible style, The Making of NAFTA is a faithful account, built on insider views, of how the representatives of the three countries prepared for, negotiated, and implemented the agreement. Cameron and Tomlin show how NAFTA was influenced by the personalities and the multiple, sometimes conflicting objectives of the individuals involved. They also explore what the negotiations can reveal more generally about the making of public policy and the importance of international negotiations.
About the Authors:
Maxwell A. Cameron is Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of British Columbia and Brian W. Tomlin is Professor of International Affairs and Director of the Centre for Negotiation and Dispute Resolution at Carleton University. Both have published several other books. They are coeditors of To Walk without Fear: The Global Movement to Ban Landmines.