The Enduring Crown Commonwealth: The Past, Present, and Future of the UK-Canada-ANZ Alliance and Why It Matters (Hardcover)
Few predicted the durability of the Crown Commonwealth, as the UK, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand once seemed to be going their separate ways. Today this historic alliance is staging a comeback, based on new global realities and myriad ties, including their shared monarchy. In a turbulent world, the "CANZUK" four are more relevant than ever.
About the Author
Michael J. Smith is a senior civil servant and a former Royal Canadian Navy officer. He is Vice-Chair of the Queen Elizabeth II Statue Project working to install a dignified statue of Canada's beloved former head of state on the grounds of the Ontario Provincial Parliament in commemoration of the Platinum Jubilee. Smith, who personally spearheaded the successful effort to restore the historic titles Royal Canadian Navy and Royal Canadian Air Force to the country's naval and air forces, is on the board of the Royal Military Colleges Museum Corporation and is based in the Toronto area. Stephen Klimczuk-Massion is a corporate and geopolitical strategist, scenario planner, former Oxford fellow, and current advisory board member of CANZUK International. He served as a principal of one of the world's largest management consultancies, and head of its CEO think tank. A Harvard MBA, he has also been head of strategy for late billionaire investor Sir John Templeton's main private foundation. Klimczuk-Massion has been the recipient of several Queen's appointments and honours and is based in the Vancouver area.