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Public Record - Canadian International Council Foreign Policy Conference 2008


The Canadian International Council holds their 2008 National Foreign Policy Conference, Toronto, Ont., June 19–20, 2008. The theme of this year’s conference is “After the 2008 United States Presidential Election: Opportunities for Canada?”

In the second session of the day, Christopher Sands (Hudson Institute), and Rey Koslowski (State University of New York (Albany)), and Danielle Goldfarb (Conference Board of Canada) discuss issues of trade and security with regards to the Canada–US border.

After speaking, panellists field questions from audience members.


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