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Where is the Reality in Canada’s Morality Politics: An Appeal for a Thaw in Russian-Canadian Relations

Sitting down with Russia is question of pragmatism, not appeasement for Canada ... ... that year, Mr. Harper did, after all, tell Putin to “get out of Ukraine.” Since the Harper years, Canada’s policy towards Russia ... ... Russian and Canadian Approach to Extra-Regional Actors in the Arctic With a new liberal mandate this past October, Canada is ... ... mean that Canada needs to cease its support of Ukraine, roll back sanctions, or stop denouncing Russian aggression. It means that ...


Canada: From a Backward Colony to a Vibrant Democracy

... sounds unreasonably harsh ( CBC News : Marсh 04, 2014). RIAC Experts on the Outlook for Russian- Canadian Cooperation in the Arctic Given the Current International Situation Given the upcoming October 2015 federal elections, the Conservatives clearly care about the Ukrainian community. What factors affect Canada's approach to the Ukraine crisis? Primarily, this refers to the U.S., the driving force behind anti-Russian sanctions. Ottawa not coordinates its international steps with Washington but also frequently runs its errands, as the White House ...


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