The Impact of American Foreign Policy on Canada


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The Impact of American Foreign Policy on Canada: An Analysis
Recent history has demonstrated that elements of American foreign
policy such as covert action and black ops in the Middle East have been counterproductive and have undermined relations with traditional allies such as Canada. From a Canadian perspective, these clandestine operations are disturbing, for in spite of the claims of advocates and proponents of covert action and black ops that terrorists have been successfully targeted and killed, many innocent civilians have also been killed. These tragedies, combined with the fact that clandestine operations violate national sovereignty and international law, demonstrate the difficulties Canadian government decision...
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