China's 'different world view' major focus of Halifax security forum

  Winnipeg Free Press 

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HALIFAX - Canada's defence minister says he doesn't see China as an adversary ahead of a weekend security conference of western countries expected to focus heavily on the Asian nation. Harjit ...

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