Baird’s Canadian exceptionalism

We seem to demand change while cutting the diplomatic resources necessary to explain how we can help bring it about.

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Foreign Minister John Baird speaks to the UN General Assembly on Oct. 1.
Jennifer Jeffs
Published: Wednesday, 10/03/2012 12:00 am EDT

At the UN General Assembly on Oct. 1, Foreign Minister John Baird gave a strong speech in which he presented the delegation with what he termed the “immutable goals” of UN member states.

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