Opinion: Canada-Russia Relations

‘Responsible conviction’ should not mean rapprochement with Russia

Dion says Canada will engage with its eyes open. Sounds like a wide-eyed kitten talking with a crazed bear.

Regrettably, says Oksana Bashuk Hepburn, Canada’s policy of engagement with Vladimir Putin's Russia reads like the peace-at-any-price offer by Neville Chamberlain to Hitler. Russian President's Office photograph

By OKSANA BASHUK HEPBURN

PUBLISHED : Wednesday, April 13, 2016 12:00 AM

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