Reluctant Neighbor: Canada, the U.S.A. and the Korean Crisis
by Darryl Hurly
After winning WWII, in the Cold War Canada and the US repulsed North Korea’s attack on the South, and formed a NORAD partnership. But Canada couldn’t keep pace, and shrank its UN anti-terrorism and peacekeeping roles. Now at risk in a US-North Korean nuclear exchange, with the UN, South Korea, China, Russia and Japan anxiously watching, Canada must rearm against ICBM attack. How long can it stall?