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If a world leader had a do over, what would he do differently based on what he’s learned since leaving office? That’s among the questions we posed to former Canadian Prime Minister, Joe Clark, in part 2 of our discussion on the current state of global leadership. He also provides thoughts on an emerging new role for Canada.

Note: This is part two of a two part episode of CONTEXT. Part one is available here.


Joe Clark

Public Policy Scholar;
Sixteenth Prime Minister of Canada (1979-80)
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