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  author={Anita Singh},
Ethnic interest organizations have not been considered a salience influence on foreign policy. Traditionally, democratic theory suggests foreign policy should be determined by the will of the general population, rather that the limited and segregated interests of minority groups. Specifically in Canadian foreign policy, ethnic groups have also had limited access to decision-makers because of increased centralization of Canadian foreign policy. In contrast, the literature on Canada-India… 
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* University of Ottawa, Canada. Address for correspondence: ktata092@uottawa.ca. © The Author(s) 2020. Open Access. This article is distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0


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