Star Line-Up Suggests Grand Canada-U.S. Strategy

With America moving away from the Bush foreign policy legacy, Canada can score some domestic favours by helping Barack Obama reshape America's role in the world, says an influential new report authored by some of Canada's elite diplomats, politicians, businesspeople and academics.

Jeff Davis
NPSIA director Fen Hampson (left), former Canadian ambassador to the U.S. Derek Burney and Colin Robertson of Carleton University’s Centre for Trade Policy and Law.
Jeff Davis
Published: Wednesday, 01/21/2009 12:00 am EST

With America moving away from the Bush foreign policy legacy, Canada can score some domestic favours by helping Barack Obama reshape America's role in the world, says an influential new report authored by some of Canada's elite diplomats, politicians, businesspeople and academics.

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