Canadian Dimension: Liberal’s ‘feminist’ foreign policy supports repressive Haitian police forces

Haitian police officers handcuff lawbreakers in Port-au-Prince’s severely damaged downtown area, January 19, 2010. Photo by Logan Abassi/United Nations/Flickr. An important component of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s international branding has been his government’s widely touted “feminist foreign policy.” A recent aid contract to Haiti highlights the hollowness of this claim.

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Canadian Dimension: Our treatment of Venezuela shows Canada is long overdue for a foreign policy restart

President Donald Trump introduces State of the Union gallery guest Juan Guaidó (pictured), Venezuela’s self-declared interim president, Tuesday, February 4, 2020. Photo from Wikimedia Commons. Join the Canadian Foreign Policy Institute (CFPI) on Thursday, August 20, for an historic event featuring Venezuelan Foreign Minister Jorge Arreaza, who will speak directly

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