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We’ve come a long way from Little Potato: Is the international media’s treatment of Justin Trudeau changing?

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We’ve come a long way from Little Potato: Is the international media’s treatment of Justin Trudeau changing?

 

“Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has enjoyed two years of wall-to-wall positive coverage from the international media, but there are signs the tide may be turning.

After Trudeau was “ambushed” by a non-committal Chinese delegation and his official photographer barred from a meeting Monday, the state-owned English-language newspaper Global Times declared that China is “not in a rush to develop its relations with Canada.”

While most of the editorial’s ire was reserved for the “superiority and narcissism” of the Canadian media, the misunderstanding and subsequent media assault echo a similar pattern at the Trans-Pacific Partnership negotiations — one not at all in line with the kind of fawning reception that has greeted Trudeau on previous trips abroad.”

 

 

Stuart Thomson

Source: The National Post.

 

 

 

 

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We’ve come a long way from Little Potato: Is the international media’s treatment of Justin Trudeau changing?

 

 

Written By Stuart Thomson

Source: The National Post.

 

 

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China’s perception of Trudeau and Canada

 

Written By Marie-Danielle Smith

Source: The National Post.

 

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Editorial: Trudeau’s false equivalence on Chinese human rights.

 

“The gulf between Canada and China on human rights is vast. This isn’t something that normally needs pointing out, but Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, insisting he put the boots to the Chinese government over rights during his visit, seems confused.

Trudeau says he raised the issue in the context of indigenous rights at home, noting that Canada had been publicly criticized by a UN rapporteur for the state of our aboriginal population. “(I) talked about the challenges, but also talked about the fact that Canada is not immune to criticisms on human rights, either,” he told an interviewer in Hong Kong.

Such exercises in moral equivalence are dangerous, and inaccurate.”

THE OTTAWA CITIZEN EDITORIAL BOARD.

 

 

 

Editorial: Trudeau's false equivalence on Chinese human rights

 

 

THE OTTAWA CITIZEN EDITORIAL BOARD

Source: OTTAWA CITIZEN.

 

 

Trudeau’s visit to China fails to shift power imbalance.

 

“It’s the digital equivalent of a dedicated aisle in the world’s biggest superstore, jammed with products familiar to any Canadian: ice wine, lobster, maple syrup, Arcteryx jackets and Jamieson vitamins.

On Saturday, Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba opened an online “Canada pavilion” to promote Canadian products as Prime Minister Justin Trudeau looked on and smiled. This, he said, “opened a pipeline for Canadian small and medium-sized businesses to access more than 400 million consumers here in Asia.”

But it’s an ambition that pales next to what Alibaba wants to do in Canada, as Mr. Trudeau’s first trip to China continued a long tradition of Ottawa struggling to win an equal footing with China.

 Not long after helping Mr. Trudeau launch the Canada pavilion, Alibaba executives sat down for lunch with the Prime Minister and his entourage, including Finance Minister Bill Morneau. They had their own plans to discuss.”
NATHAN VANDERKLIPPE.

 

 

 

 

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Does Trudeau get China?

 

“Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has just concluded a high-profile diplomatic mission to China that didn’t accomplish much except to demonstrate that the Communist regime will, from now on, set the rules of the Sino-Canadian trade relationship.

Although Trudeau failed to kick-start formal bilateral trade negotiations, exploratory trade talks between Ottawa and Beijing will continue.”

 

Written By: Geoffrey Johnston

Source: http://www.thewhig.com

Does Trudeau get China?

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Written By: Geoffrey Johnston

Source: http://www.thewhig.com

 

 

 

Ezra Levant: China humiliates “Little Potato” Justin Trudeau.

 

 

 

 

 

Just in! Justin Trudeau MAKES ANOTHER BIG MISTAKE of turning down china trade deal.

 

Published on 10 Dec 2017

“Just in! Justin Trudeau MAKES ANOTHER BIG MISTAKE of turning down china trade deal Thank you for watching.”
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Justin Trudeau’s great expectations clash with reality in China: Chris Hall.

‘Prime ministers usually don’t go on trips like that without something to announce’

John Manley

 

“Charles Dickens wrote a classic when he penned Great Expectations. Political leaders, on the other hand, make the classic mistake whenever they create expectations they don’t meet.

Justin Trudeau was no exception Monday as he left the Great Hall of the People in Beijing without an expected announcement that Canada and China would begin formal free trade negotiations.

Not that it was the prime minister’s fault.

His trade minister, François-Philippe Champagne, insisted during an interview Sunday with CBC Radio’s The House that issues remained to be worked out. And Canadian officials made the point to reporters in an off-the-record briefing before the trip.

It’s just that few people were buying the line.”

Chris Hall.

 

 

Justin Trudeau’s great expectations clash with reality in China: Chris Hall.

 

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http://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/chain-trade-chris-hall-1.4431497

 

 

Written By Chris Hall

Source: CBC NEWS.

 

 

 

 

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