Don't expect personal ties with today's China

As a potential future prime minister, it is appropriate and timely for Michael Ignatieff to make an official visit to China prior to holding office. This will pre-empt, when or if elected to prime minister, the onset of the Marco Polo syndrome.

John Gruetzner
Published: Wednesday, 07/07/2010 12:00 am EDT

As a potential future prime minister, it is appropriate and timely for Michael Ignatieff to make an official visit to China prior to holding office. This will pre-empt, when or if elected to prime minister, the onset of the Marco Polo syndrome.

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