Stephen Harper finally lets his sharp conservatism fly - 2018-05-14

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F132.png Stephen Harper finally lets his sharp conservatism fly May 14, 2018, Andrew Cohen, Globe and Mail

Andrew Cohen is a journalist, professor and Global Fellow at the Woodrow Wilson International Center. He is the author of Two Days in June: John F. Kennedy and the 48 Hours that Made History.

Open this photo in gallery Chairman of the Fidesz Party Viktor Orban takes his oath as Prime Minister of Hungary after he was re-elected for his third consecutive term in the new Hungarian Parliament in Budapest on Thursday, May 10, 2018. Tamas Kovacs/The Associated Press

Two and a half years after losing power at home, Stephen Harper has found a new voice abroad. Freed of the shackles of government, he has become more loudly and sharply conservative than he was as prime minister.

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