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The Prime Minister

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Department
Political Studies
Course
POLS 375
Professor
Jason Zorbas
Semester
Winter

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March 18, 2013 (The Prime Minister) March-18-13 9:34 AM Court Government - The rise was slow, but over time, prime ministers always wielded enormous power over foreign policy. - It varies greatly based on mental focus and amount on the part of the prime minister. - Example: Diefenbaker sublimated foreign policy around domestic issues. Summit diplomacy - Prime ministers would not often be at international meetings with leaders of the free world. - In the last few decades, we have seen a larger number of commitments that require face-to-face meetings with international leaders. - Advantages: ○ Face time! You get to hang
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