Introduction: The North Atlantic Triangle Revisited Dr. C.C. Eldridge, Reader in History, University of Wales, Lampeter, and former Chairman of the History Group, British Association of Canadian Studies, and Gill Bennett, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
1. The Political Persistence of British North America, 1763-1815 Prof. Peter Marshall, Department of American Studies, University of Manchester.
2. Making British North America British, 1815-1860 Prof. Phillip Buckner, Department of History, University of New Brunswick, and Past President of the Canadian Historical Association.
3. Maps and Boundaries: Canada in Anglo-American Relations Prof. Muriel Chamberlain, Head of the History Department, University of Wales, Swansea, and President of the University of Wales Canadian Studies Group.
4. 'Our advices from Canada are unimportant': The Times and British North America, 1841-1861 Dr. Ged Martin, Director of the Centre of Canadian Studies, University of Edinburgh, and Past President of the British Association of Canadian Studies.
5. Learning about Oneself: the Making of Canadian Nationalism, 1867-1914 Dr. J. L. Sturgis, Department of History, Birkbeck College London, Co-Director of the Centre for Canadian Studies, University of London, and Past President of the British Association of Canadian Studies.
6. Canada and the Allied War Economy, 1914-1919 Dr. Harold Wright, formerly Senior Lecturer in Economics, McGill University.
7. Partners and Rivals: Britain, Canada and the United States and the Impact of the First World War Prof. K. G. Robbins, Vice Chancellor, University of Wales, Lampeter, and Past President of the Historical Association.
8. The Political Economy of the North Atlantic Triangle in the 1930s Dr. Tim Rooth, Department of Economics, University of Portsmouth.
9. Canada, Britain, the United States and the Policy of 'Appeasement' Prof. Ritchie Ovendale, Department of International Politics, University of Wales, Aberystwyth.
10. Ernest Bevin, George C. Marshall and Lester B. Pearson, January 1947 to January 1949: A North Atlantic Triangle? Dr. M. Thornton, Department of History, University of Leeds.