On foreign policy, Trudeau’s Liberals are long on rhetoric, short on action
Major parties seek to distinguish themselves by politically redefining Canada’s identity and its rhetorical role in the world, though the broad trajectory of foreign policy is unlikely to change.
Liberal, Tory, same old story? Despite all the window dressing and rhetorical differences across governments, Canadians have seen relative continuity in foreign policy between Conservative governments and Liberal ones like that of Justin Trudeau, argue David Carment and Richard Nimijean. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade