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Thank you Mr. Chair.
I'd like to thank our witnesses for their most enlightening contributions to our work.
I understand from the various testimonies we've heard so far that Canada must seek to work multilaterally to try to find solutions, since individual states, in isolation, are generally not able to stand up to Chinese pressure. We must therefore work multilaterally so that there is a sufficiently strong or important counterpart to eventually make the Chinese government move.
I also understand that China is seeking to challenge the alliance system inherited from World War II. At the same time, we can see that the current administration in Washington has a variable-geometry attitude toward its allies, whether they are NATO allies or G7 allies.
I'm addressing our three witnesses. First, is China taking advantage of Washington's variable-geometry attitude toward its allies?
Furthermore, is it seeking to use divisions among the allies to score points with each of them?
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