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Group of 78 Policy Conference on the United Nations at 70

August 25, 2015

Strengthening Multilateral Cooperation: The United Nations at 70 Ever since the statement issued by the original 78 signatories in November 1981, the hallmark of the Group of 78 has been to promote the three inter-related objectives of peace, equitable development, and strengthening the United Nations as the pre-eminent forum through which world problems can be […]

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PM Harper: A burden on Canada

June 18, 2015

In the second of a two-part series, Bruce Livesey, writing for the National Observer, lays out a litany of decisions made by Prime Minister Harper that have undermined Canada’s reputation globally (“Is Harper the worst prime minister in history? Part two,” National Observer, 7 June 2015): “Indeed, back in 2010, when Canada sought a seat on the […]

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International Peacekeepers Day: UN Operations have a major impact on communities

May 29, 2015

 The Rideau Institute is pleased to join with the World Federalist Movement-Canada in calling for a renewed engagement by Canada in UN Peacekeeping. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE On May 29, International Day of United Nations Peacekeepers: The international community strengthens UN Peacekeeping; Canada can and should do more to help (Ottawa) May 29 is International Day […]

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A Canadian defence and security policy for the 21st century

May 13, 2015

Canada is in urgent need of a progressive, innovative and effective defence and security policy for the 21st Century.  Peggy Mason provides insight into why the United Nations is central to making that happen. Embassy News: A Canadian defence and security policy for the 21st century Peggy Mason, President of the Rideau Institute May 13, 2015 Much […]

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