Reading the Trudeau government tea leaves

Foreign leaders have taken their measure of Trudeau; now foreign emissaries are attempting to frame their respective government’s approaches.

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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau meets with King Abdullah II of Jordan on Nov. 30.
George Petrolekas, David Perry, Ferry de Kerckhove
Published: Thursday, 12/17/2015 12:00 am EST
Last Updated: Tuesday, 01/05/2016 10:41 am EST

Like many Canadians and our media who tried to read the tea leaves of the new Cabinet by who was in, in what post, and equally who was not; so too have emissaries of friends, allies and adversaries tried to frame what this new government means.

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