Summit Diplomacy Between Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau and American President Gerald Ford

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An Analysis of Summit Diplomacy Between Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau and American President Gerald Ford
Introduction and Overview
Summit diplomacy in international relations is the process that world leaders use to get together. Global Summmits, like the G7 Summit are used as a discussion forum and meeting place to collaborate with each other on problems that countries have in common, which are typically economic in nature and have an affect globally, not just in that country. Canada is no exception as a leading economy in the world. Other functions of summit diplomacy, in addition to discussing how economies are affected around the world, are the addressing of issues that come up that have to do with globalized economies and the...
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