"We are all Developing Countries": Canada and International Copyright History: Fault Lines in the Map of International Copyright
In this paper I will make three arguments, drawing on the historical experience of Canada with the Berne Convention between 1886, when the Berne Convention was founded, and 1971, its last revision. First, Canada, though aligned with the most powerful countries on issues of international copyright, has a unique and important history with international copyright that is very different from the histories of the major powers. Second, for many middle powers, the Berne Convention was a symbol of...[Show more]
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