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Canada should ‘step up’ on Israel-Palestine

By Philip Leech-Ngo      

Prioritizing Israeli security over Palestinian rights is not helping to resolve the conflict.

Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland, pictured here during a World Economic Forum event last year, laid the groundwork for a change in the direction of Canada's foreign policy during a speech in the House earlier this month. Photograph by Benedikt von Loebell, courtesy of the World Economic Forum

On June 6, Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland told Parliament that in a moment when the United States is stepping back from global leadership, Canada should re-emphasize its role as an advocate for the “preservation and strengthening of the global order from which we have benefited so greatly.”

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