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Canada must “step up” on peacekeeping training

February 2, 2016

A new report, entitled Unprepared for Peace? The Decline of Canadian Peacekeeping Training (and What to Do About It), has just been released by the Rideau Institute and the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives. Written by Walter Dorn, Professor at the Royal Military College, and Joshua Libben, doctoral candidate at the University of Ottawa, the […]

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Op-ed: What we’ve learned in 65 years of peacekeeping

May 28, 2013

Steven Staples and Joshua Libben Ottawa Citizen May 28, 2013 Decades after its first mission in 1948, United Nations peacekeeping is as controversial today as it was back then. Sixty-five years ago this week, on May 29, 1948, officers were sent to monitor the truce established following the First Arab-Israeli War. Canadian prime minister Lester […]

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