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The News section acts as a central location for all new information related to the Foreign Policy Dialogue site. Visitors should bookmark this page for quick access to the most current site information and to send letters to the Editor. Visitors to this section will find frequently updated summaries of the public's response to the Minister's questions and of discussions occurring in the forum. Participants in this electronic consultation will also use this page for details about the newsletter which summarizes the summaries on a bi-weekly basis.
The navigation bar at the top of the News section includes: What's New, Archive, Bulletin and Letters to the Editor.
Participants should check here for progress reports on this online consultation and to keep abreast of upcoming events related to the dialogue on foreign policy.
Periodically, news items will be removed from the main News page and listed in the Archive section. News items will not be removed from the site, but their currency will determine whether or not they remain in the News or What's New sections. Site visitors can click on the Archive link to read older news items.
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