The Foreign Affairs minister has a list of problems but no solutions.
Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland's recent speech in the House has been heralded as the “new blueprint” for Canadian foreign policy, but actually lacked a coherent vision, writes Angelo Persichilli. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
TORONTO—I didn’t pay a lot of attention three weeks ago when Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland delivered a speech heralded as the “new blueprint” for Canadian foreign policy.
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