On China, Canada cannot blindly follow the U.S. into another Cold War
Canada’s national interest lies in ensuring that we have the global institutions and global co-operation needed to enable countries of different systems to peacefully and progressively co-exist—not to join the U.S. in a misguided and dangerous cold war on China.
'We know that one day—hopefully one day soon—this war will come to an end,' Defence Minister Anita Anand, pictured, said recently to the Canadian Global Affairs Institute, referencing the conflict in Ukraine. Which meant, she went on to say, that 'we must contemplate the world order that awaits Canada on the other side.' The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade