The calls for a foreign policy review will only intensify after Canada has failed to secure a seat at the United Nations Security Council. We might even get one or at least a promise of one if there is a majority government after the next election. But for such an undertaking to be anything more than cosmetic exercise, we need one crucial element—demand from the public for a new foreign policy. Such demand does not exist yet, and that should concern us all.
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