How important foreign policy will be in the election outcome remains to be seen. But it seems unlikely that Trudeau’s interactional activities will be a big positive for him. He’s no longer Mr. Cool on the world stage.
Improving lives for women and children is non-controversial, but Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland’s dispute with Saudi Arabia over its treatment of women has had economic and political consequences. The Hill Times photograph bty Andrew Meade
TORONTO—Foreign policy does not seem destined to be a major issue in this year’s federal election. Canadians will likely be more concerned with the state of the economy, carbon taxes, climate change, and pipelines. But it will still be there.
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