Trudeau’s Indo-Pacific Strategy already raising serious doubts
To adopt an Indo-Pacific strategy that largely excludes China and attempts with the U.S. to isolate it, is a dead end. It solves nothing while it risks a future war, that could escalate into something too awful to contemplate. Is this really in Canada’s national interest? Where are wiser people when we need them?
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, pictured on the Hill. Canadian foreign policy now seems driven by a determination to show the United States we are its most reliable ally in its efforts to contain China, as well as by our vulnerability to American protectionism, writes David Crane. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade