Will Canada's new Liberal government move closer to Asia?

October 21, 2015

The results of Canada's Oct. 20 federal election, which saw the Liberal Party under Justin Trudeau return to power with a majority government after almost a decade in opposition, will have policy implications for Canada’s profile abroad, including in Asia. But will this political re-alignment generate substantive change vis-à-vis Canada's Asia policies?

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Topics: REGIONAL INTEGRATION

Regions: CANADA

Authors: NIKKEI ASIAN REVIEW

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