Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has been forced to restate Canada's opposition to joining the U.S.-led ballistic missile defence system and re-entering the decades-long military conflict in Central Asia amid renewed fears of North Korea's nuclear ambitions and the rollout of Donald Trump's new policy for Afghanistan. In an Aug. 23 speech, Mr. Trudeau (Papineau, Que.) quashed any rumours of renewed interest in joining the BMD program or re-entering the war in Afghanistan by forcefully stating Canada would decline
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