From the field in India... and the diplomacy dance in China
CBC Reporter Alison Crawford is covering Stephen Harper's visit to India. It's his first since he was elected Prime Minister. For a behind-the-scenes look at Alison's thoughts while on assignment, check out her blog here..
And while Harper's in India, U.S president Barack Obama is in China - walking a delicate line between diplomacy and advocating for human rights. Scroll down to our latest cast to hear Anthony Germain's report on Obama's town hall meeting in Shanghai. The first thing he had to do was teach the students attending how to participate in an open back-and-forth exchange.
Check out today's New York Times story on this too. .
Nicole Ireland, Producer, World Report
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