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The non-problem of Quebec

In light of UNESCO's decision to recognize Palestine, Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird has hinted that Canada may fail to recognize UNESCO -- recognition being a kind of big deal in the labyrinthine world of foreign diplomacy. I can see...
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