Liberals face more criticism for engaging countries with poor human rights records

A foreign affairs professor and former DND analyst, on the other hand, argues that 'you never have harmony of all of your interests.'

Conservative MP Michael Cooper talks with Shahram Golestaneh before a press conference on Parliament Hill last Thursday urging the federal government to disengage from Iran. Photo courtesy of Justin Tang


PUBLISHED : Wednesday, Oct. 12, 2016 12:00 AM

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