Evans, Paul
March 2008
Canadian Foreign Policy (CFP);2008, Vol. 14 Issue 2, p131
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the Canadian response to global China. It mentions how Bruce Gilley's idea concerning the past and future relationship of Canada and China has opened a rational discussion. It also notes Gilley's view on the tone and temperature shift of the bilateral relationship under the Harper government. The author states that the success of China policy will depend on building a workable political relationship at the highest levels and conducting interstate relations with a combination of pragmatism, prudence and balance.


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