In this space last week, I argued that the Liberal government’s new foreign policy doctrine of “responsible conviction” should be judged first and foremost by how it ends up influencing Canada’s international psyche and posture in the years ahead. On this front, I laid out three questions that I believed to be particularly germane. The first of these dealt with whether “responsible conviction” will encourage Canada’s political class to develop a bipartisan foreign policy consensus. One of Canada’s
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