Turning the Page: Canada's Security Priorities Under Trudeau

Gomis, BenoƮt
October 2015
World Politics Review (19446284);10/28/2015, p1
The article reports that political candidate Justin Trudeau won the Canadian federal elections and became prime minister-designate of Canada. Various topics which he has discussed in his presidential campaign includes international security policies, drug policy and refugee crisis. It further mentions that his government is launching services for the security of Syrian refugees.


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