ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846
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Swaran Singh Model of Foreign Policy

December 23, 1972 Not content with their 18-year-old involvement with the "Asian liars", the Canadians now want to be on any new control commission to supervise a possible ceasefire in South Vietnam. Convinced that the world cannot do without their presence in a supervisory body, the Canadians are now laying down conditions on which they will be prepared to serve in Vietnam. But who has invited them to join a new commission? Only the US has privately told the Canadians that it would like them to be on any new supervisory body. And the truth is that if Canada ever gets into a new commission, it will be only as the representative of the US and not as an impartial supervisor.

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