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Harper’s Foreign Policy: A change for more or less influence?

How does one imagine Canadian foreign policy? Often the historical image depicts Canadians as being a peace-loving, socially conscious “people of the world” with great concerns about the environmental decay of our planet and the ongoing humanitarian crises featured in the worlds most desolate regions. The image of Canadian peacekeepers serving missions in the Sinai after the Suez Canal Crisis ...

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