Canada: EXTERNAL AFFAIRS: Defense of the North

Before an audience at Princeton, N.J., Canada's Ambassador to the U.S. Lester B. Pearson last week laid down Canada's foreign policy.

"The basis of my country's foreign policy is a simple one," he said. "Subject always to our obligations as a member of the United Nations, we desire to maintain the closest possible relations with the U.S. and the United Kingdom, and do what we can to see that those two countries remain on terms of friendly understanding with each other. Canada knows well that, if they fall apart, her own position would...

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