Though I’m certainly not equating Canada with North Korea, there is more than a slight odour coming from Canada when – on the same day that a major study ranks Canada as the world’s 12th largest arms exporter – the country decides to boycott the U.N. Conference on Disarmament because it is chaired by North Korea.

Is the boycott a case of moral righteousness, or a matter of freezing out a competitor?

Food for thought.

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