Canadian Federalist Party


Foreign Policy Formation Agendas

  1. Develop Peaceful Co-existence Strategic Plan 3017
  2. Worldwide Aims (incl. criteria and estimated parameters)
  3. Strategic Programme Initiatives
    1. Functional Operating Systems (FOS)
    2. FOS Resource Mix (Human, Natural, Technological, Informational and Financial)


  1. Islamic State Resolution Policies Framework
    1. Strategy Options Analyses (See Commentaries)
  1. South China Seas Diplomacy Initiative
    1. Strategic Direction
      1. The benefits to the world of constraining China’s right to protect the safety or manage the South China Sea may well be negative to the USA and its allies. When rival navies contest the world, or even regional sea lanes, it is usually based upon a fear of free-trade transport interference. China is certainly reliant upon cargo transport in the South China Sea. A stronger security presence in nearby seas makes sense for any country.
      2. The USA remains the master of the world’s open shipping lanes, and likely those closed to others, and the present crisis does not change this superiority. Therefore, diplomatically the USA demonstration of power is unnecessary and merely of propaganda power in the region. Such action merely increases insults, demonstrates antagonism and is pure bully bravado. Goliath needs wisdom and understanding. Perhaps changes to the Law of the Seas, whereby local countries are granted greater security authority over their shipping lanes, such as Canada in the north.
      3. The new TPP (Trans-Pacific Partnership) agreement with the America’s and Asia and RECEP (Reginal Comprehensive Economic Partnership) between China and local nations, will possibly add to shipping traffic. Hopefully all nations will agree to not harass each other’s shipping. This new environment should cause all to respect that a military balance can increase security in the area and even begin to reduce piracy. In fact, the navies should all be required to maintain open channels of communication and co-operation, not just waterways.


  1. Environmental Symbiosis
    1. Strategic Plan 2067
      1. 1867 to 2067: Air, Water, Land Contamination and Recovery
        1. Non-Symbiotic Industrial Processes
        2. Strategic Initiatives: Recovery, Termination, Isolation and Control

b) Canada’s Carbon Footprint Strategic Plan
i. Atmospheric Re-balancing Processes
1. Emissions
2. Industrial Processes Innovations
c) Industrial Atmospheric Innovation and Development Programmes

  1. Canadian Refugee Resettlement Strategic Plan
  2. Canadian Biosphere Strategic Plan
  3. UN Agenda Strategic Plan
  4. Worldwide National Alliances Strategic Plan
  5. Worldwide Canadian Military Peacekeeping Strategic Plan