Insiders and experts weigh in on who holds weight in Canadian foreign policy.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is pictured with his foreign policy and defence adviser David Morrison on Jan. 17, 2020, heading to the National Press Theatre. Both hold considerable sway over Canada's foreign policy direction. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
For those influencing Canada’s foreign policy, their eyes are on two global superpowers—Canada’s closest ally and its most truculent trading partner.
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