In Alan Freeman, Canada, North America

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and former Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland host a gathering of foreign ministers from the Lima Group, a coalition of countries formed to “solve the Venezuela crisis.” Photo from Twitter.

A talk given by Alan Freeman at an informal policy meeting of the Green Party of Canada (GPC), together with background information from a variety of news sources

By Alan Freeman

Published on Academia, Nov 8, 2021
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Talk given at an informal policy meeting of the Green Party of Canada (GPC), together with background information from a variety of news sources

Rationale

The main reason I tabled this motion is to start a discussion about the way Canada’s interferes in other countries, especially when it does so by trying to overthrow foreign governments by force.

This is the intention of the Lima Group, originally containing 14 Latin American countries and now 11, because three countries have withdrawn: Argentina, St Kitts and ironically Peru, where it was founded.

I offer four reasons the Party should adopt this proposal, all flowing from the party’s values.

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