Good analysis by Baker. Just to entertain discussions with a foreign power in the hopes of gaining an advantage in an election raises a bunch of red flags, first are you being led or deceived, secondly what are the consequences of being caught and finally any perception of collusion with another power is candy to your opponents. Let's face it in politics nobody gives you anything without expecting something in return. There is a lot of push back about economic globalization, is this the first try at political globalization, food for thought.
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