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Australia’s former Prime Minister on how World War I has much to answer for a century later.
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Blaming Putin cannot cover up the noxious combination of collective U.S. amnesia and the transparent shift of accountability for the proper conduct in international affairs.
How has NAFTA created a truly singular North American society?
A preview of Canada’s national and global agenda under its new government.
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Is multilateralism the best way to combat the global problem of terrorism?