National security policy growing pains

If there was one thing the Paul Martin government was good at, it was thinking big. The short-lived International Policy Statement, which aimed to redefine all aspects of Canada's engagement with the world, was a prime example of that.

Lee Berthiaume
Published: Wednesday, 05/05/2010 12:00 am EDT

If there was one thing the Paul Martin government was good at, it was thinking big. The short-lived International Policy Statement, which aimed to redefine all aspects of Canada's engagement with the world, was a prime example of that.

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