Five ways for Canada to get back into the diplomacy game
By Daryl CopelandAug. 17, 2016
A policy review, and focus on science diplomacy and the Asia-Pacific region are key.
Foreign Minister Stéphane Dion, centre, pictured with his Mexican and U.S. counterparts in January, should recast the mandate, mission, and structure of Global Affairs Canada, writes Daryl Copeland. Photo courtesy of Global Affairs Canada
The Liberal government has launched defence and development reviews, but little is known of its intentions regarding diplomacy. This is the third and final part of a series meant to offer thoughts on Canada’s role in a changing world.
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