Engaging staffers in a conversation has proven near impossible. That's because they aren’t listening—only monitoring or selling.
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David Carment Published: Monday, 01/06/2014 5:39 pm EST Last Updated: Monday, 01/13/2014 12:54 am EST
Several of my colleagues at universities scattered across Quebec have been contemplating the title of the Canadian Foreign Policy Journal's forthcoming special all-French review of Stephen Harper’s foreign policy.
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