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This quantity covers the loose exchange contract with the USA and Mexico; Canada's coverage in the direction of South Africa; growing to be peacekeeping efforts around the globe; and customary overseas difficulties corresponding to immigration, drug trafficking, and the effect of alternate, relief and human rights on international coverage. Speeches are via political personalities similar to Pierre Trudeau, Joe Clark, Barbara McDougall, MacDonald and Brian Mulroney.

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As announced last August: (1) Negative certificates of origin (for example, that goods being supplied were not of Israeli origin) are no longer acceptable under Canadian policy; (2) Statements of fact (for example, that a company does not trade with Israel) must be accompanied by a statement in the contract—or whatever document the statement of fact appeared in— confirming the company's intention to abide by Canadian policy; (3) The Government will enact legislation to require compulsory reporting of all boycott requests.

This is intended to stabilize relations between the Estonian majority and the large Russian minority in Estonia. A related option in the crisis management spectrum is preventive deployment or preventive peacekeeping. This involves the deployment of peacekeeping forces before hostilities break out for purposes such as the separation of forces, the observation of frontiers and the creation of demilitarized zones. A recent example is the UN decision to send such a force to the former Yugoslav republic of Macedonia.

In the course of our analysis, it is clear that a number of considerations will have to be taken into account. As the Prime Minister has already 16 Canadian Foreign Policy 1977-1992 indicated, one such consideration will be the views expressed to us by friendly countries, including those in the Arab world. Another will be any possible impact on Canada's role as a peacekeeper, to which my party has always attached the very greatest importance. Our goal, as is implicit in Mr. Clark's original statement of April 15, is not simply to settle the question of Jerusalem as far as Canada is concerned but to contribute, if we can, to a broader resolution of this most sensitive of the outstanding issues between Israel and the Arab countries.

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