Foreign Policy Is No Political Football

Posted on Tuesday, June 22 at 10:45 by 4Canada
What we know of Harper's foreign policy is worrisome. How far would he take us in co-operating with the U.S.?

By Sheema Khan,
From Fridays Globe and Mail
During the current election campaign, very little attention has been given to the foreign-policy issues of the various parties. Voters are naturally more concerned about promises made (and broken) on the domestic front. Yet Canada's role in an increasingly volatile world will have repercussions at home with respect to issues of security and immigration. In particular, Canada's relations with the Muslim world will be key to its foreign policy.

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