BEST SELLER, NON-FICTION with books by 13 international and seven Canadian authors.
BEST SELLER - Doing the Continental
Doing the Continental – Feature Interview
Year in Review – CTV
Canada-US Relations – CTV
Doing the Continental, Feature Interview, Part Two
Presenting Doing the Continental - CPAC
White House Visit - CTV
Commentary on Obama hosting Harper at the White House.
Visit to Ottawa - CTV
Commentary on Obama’s visit to Ottawa.
Visit to New York - CTV
Commentary on PM Harper’s speech to the Council on Foreign Relations in New York City.
Canada - US Relations - CTV
Interview on Canada–US issues.
Managing the Border - CTV
Commentary on Ambassador Wilson’s statement that the Canada-US border is becoming a parking lot.
Bilingual Presentation - CPAC
On provincial international activities.
Federal Election - CTV
”David Dyment explores the deeper dimensions of this relationship with intelligence and gusto.Bob RaeCanadian Ambassador to the United Nations, from his Foreword to Doing the Continental.
”Doing the Continental is a must read for those interested in Canadian-American relations.Michael KerginCanadian Ambassador to the United States, 2000-2005
”Doing the Continental is very good, wise on all fronts. The chapter on our lack of an energy policy is very convincing.Lawrence MartinColumnist and former Washington bureau chief with the Globe and Mail
”Doing the Continental is timely, well written and accessible to a broad audience. It covers the major issues in Canada-US relations today, and provides a valuable historical perspective. The book’s pragmatism and realism make it of value to policy makers.Eugene Langco-author of the best selling, award winning book The Unexpected War: Canada in Kandahar
”Dyment's analysis is concise and clear-eyed.Bruce CampbellExecutive Director, Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives
”Dyment’s book provides a provocative assessment of where Canada goes from here in the development of its relationship with the United States. For Dyment, the new ‘continental dance’ should result in Canada being a more assertive and sophisticated partner ... His book will generate a much-needed debate on Canada’s future policy priorities toward the superpower to its south.Earl Fry, PhDPast President, Association for Canadian Studies in the United States
”In this refreshingly accessible book, David Dyment argues that Canadian discussions of Canada-US relations are so heavily dominated by extreme views that they frequently do more harm than good. His purpose, therefore, is to bring a more balanced perspective to bear. Some may disagree with his positions on specific issues, but much can be learned from the calm display of reason and sanity that he applies to a subject that so often generates more heat than light. His analysis deserves a very wide readership among those interested in Canadian politics and foreign policy.Denis Stairs, PhDPast President, Canadian Political Science Association