Introduction1. Canada (1889)2. Bahamas (1961)3. Cayman Islands (1966)4. Jamaica (1973)5. Barbados (1980)6. Turks and Caicos (1986)7. The Mining Issue (1994)8. The Canadian Case (1998)9. Halifax (2006) 10. World Bank and the International Monetary Fund (2008)11. Panama (2010)12. Plan Nord and the Torsands (2014)13. Self-Censorship (2014)Conclusion and the Way Forward
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Alain Deneault was born in the Outaouais region of Quebec. He completed a research-doctorate at the Centre Marc Bloch in Berlin and the Universite de Paris 8, at which he received his PhD in philosophy under the direction of Jacques Ranciere. His interests lie in nineteenth-century German and twentieth-century French philosophy, as well as the work of Georg Simmel. In 1999, as a member of the Cross-Canada Caravan, which included organizations such as the Canadian Union of Postal Workers and the Council of Canadians, Deneault visited many Canadian cities before attending the Millennium Round of the World Trade Organization Conference in Seattle where he spoke at sessions on globalization and the WTO. Deneault's research and writing practices are diverse and often collaborative, focusing on how international financial and legal agreements increasingly foster the interests of "stateless" transnational corporations over those of nation states and the interests of their human communities. Translator Catherine Browne collaborated with Alain Deneault on the highly successful Imperial Canada, Inc. She is a member of the Literary Translators' Association of Canada.