Pragmatic multilateralism as foreign policy

It is incumbent on the Trudeau government not to involve itself in every utopian cause presented in multilateral organizations, particularly the UN.

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Foreign Minister Stephane Dion with Croatian Foreign Minister Vesna Pusic at a NATO meeting, 2015.
Robert W. Murray
Published: Wednesday, 01/13/2016 12:00 am EST
Last Updated: Thursday, 01/14/2016 2:44 am EST

It is no secret that the Trudeau government is focused on making changes to the conduct and perception of Canadian foreign policy, both at home and abroad. This is demonstrated most clearly by the unfortunate “Canada is back” slogan being thrown around by the Trudeau administration.

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