What does it mean?
Policy discourse has been internationalized.
A. The Charter of Rights and Freedoms was instituted to live up to international human rights agreements signed by Canada B. Public opinion in Canada not receptive to public policies in the United States limits domestic policy makers C. Matters that we used to think were domestic now must be looked at in terms of a context that goes beyond the borders of a single country D. Concerns with protecting turf and autonomy create problems from the standpoint of coordinating the work of different policy implementation agencies