Canada's Timid Foreign Policy

It has been Canada's position to maintain cautious distance from the territorial and maritime disputes brewing in the South China Sea. For obvious reasons, another foreign mission so soon after Libya and Afghanistan, even in a non-military capacity, is unlikely to draw widespread support from Parliament and Canadians alike.

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