The Harper government is considering joining NATO’s rapid reaction force, but doing so could mean spurning a traditional ally whose been courting Canada to be part of its formation, Murray Brewster of the Canadian Press writes.
Here is the rest of Murray Brewster’s article:
Defence Minister Jason Kenney has acknowledged the government is discussing whether to become part of the alliance’s high-readiness force, meant to deploy quickly in the event of a crisis.
He cast the idea as response to Russian aggression in eastern Europe.
But a series of documents obtained by The Canadian Press under the Access to Information Act show the idea …read more
Source: Ottawa Citizen