British and Canadians Criticize Leaders for Following U.S. Lead
Program on International Policy Attitudes (PIPA)
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Two of President Bush’s closest allies—Great Britain’s Tony Blair and Canada’s Stephen Harper—have alienated voters by seeming to follow the United States’ lead on policy toward the Middle East. Majorities in both nations now oppose their governments’ indefinite commitment to U.S.-led operations in Iraq and the NATO mission in Afghanistan.