International Policy Statement

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The International Policy Statement of Canada is a document outlining Canada's role in world politics. The current version was tabled on April 19, 2005, and is Canada's formal international policy. The topics covered are diplomacy, development, defence, and international commerce. The document includes multilateral efforts, especially with the rising global powers of India, China, Brazil and Japan. It also involves the combat of transnational threats such as terrorism.

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