Paradiplomatic Policing And Relocating Canadian Foreign Policy

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Kitchen, Veronica and Kimberly Rygiel Privatizing Security, Securitizing Policing: The Case of the G20 in Toronto, Canada International Political Sociology 8(2), p. 201-217, June 2014; 50/50 co-authorship Dunton, aroline and Veronica Kitchen Paradiplomatic Policing and Relocating anadian Foreign Policy

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Paradiplomatic policing and relocating Canadian foreign policy

Paradiplomatic policing and relocating Canadian foreign policy Veronica Kitchen University of Waterloo and Balsillie School of International Affairs, Waterloo, Ontario Caroline Dunton University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Ontario This is the final submitted copy for the purposes of open-access archiving. For accuracy, please

Paradiplomatic policing and relocating Canadian foreign policy

International journal Scholarly Essay w w 'J Paradiplomatic policing and relocating Canadian foreign policy International Journal 2014, Vol. 69(2) 183-197