Too risky to fund Syrian rebels, Canada says

Once again, Canada shows itself capable of acting on real information and making decisions that should be obvious to everyone. I find myself being proud of my country so often these days I am nearly getting used to the previously-unfamiliar feeling.

The Globe and Mail:

 CAMPBELL CLARK

OTTAWA — The Globe and Mail

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The United States has shifted course to provide aid directly to Syria’s rebels, but Canada doesn’t have enough confidence in them to follow suit.

It is a rare international question where the two allies are taking different views: Canada, which was gung-ho about helping rebels in Libya, thinks it’s too risky to fund those in Syria.

On Thursday, Secretary of State John Kerry said the United States will for the first time send so-called non-lethal aid such as food and medical supplies directly to the Free Syrian Army, as well as provide $60-million to the political wing of the coalition seeking to unseat President Bashar al-Assad.

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