Ici.radio-canada.ca interviews Montréal lawyer, Raymond Chrétien, in a report on Canadian international policy.
Canada is redefining its international, military and humanitarian policy, and this means strengthening the Canadian presence in international institutions and a significant increase in the military budget, among other things. How do these policies differ from previous policies? How can they redefine Canada’s role on the international stage? Michel Lacombe discusses these issues with his guests.
Raymond Chrétien, strategic advisor at Fasken Martineau, is the former Canadian ambassador in Washington (from 1994 to 2000), Mexico, Belgium, Congo and France, lead softwood lumber negotiator for the Quebec government, lead negotiator for the Quebec government on pre-clearance at the Montreal Central Station and the Québec City airport, and diplomat.