April 27, 2014

Canada Needs Strong Military to Back Up Bravado

Conrad Black, National Post

The Associated Press

Canada has set aside its former cherished international position as self-proclaimed peacekeeper, and now has an opportunity to graduate from the Harper government’s more commendable but still unsatisfactory status as a mouse that roars, to some level of international relevance.

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