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Harper Using UN, Foreign Affairs For Domestic Gain: Critics
Mike Blanchfield, Canadian Press

Le Canada doit revenir sur la scène multilatérale, disent d’ex-diplomates
Radio-Canada avec La Presse Canadienne

Le discours de Stephen Harper aux Nations unies doit être suivi de gestes, selon d’ex-diplomates
Mélanie Marquis, La Presse Canadienne

Foreign affairs experts slam Stephen Harper’s relationship with the U.N.
Andy Radia, Canada Politics, Yahoo! News blog

As Harper heads to UN, his critics chirp
David Akin, National Bureau Chief, Toronto Sun

Des gestes concrets devront suivre le discours de Harper à l’ONU
La Presse

Analysis: Stephen Harper more open with Americans, UN than with Parliament, Canada to make decision ‘shortly’ on more Iraq help, Harper tells U.S. audience
Chris Hall, CBC News

CPAC interview with John Trent
go to: Revue Politique, September 24, 2014 (it starts around 15:30)

CPAC entretien avec Ferry de Kerckhove
aller à: Heure politique, 25 septembre 2014 (il commence autour de 15:20)

Opinion: Nuclear weapons policy incoherent (excerpt from publication)
Douglas Roche, Edmonton Journal, October 6, 2014

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