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Why hasn’t Canada kept its UN peacekeeping promises?

August 26, 2019

Who is responsible for the chasm between what Canada promised to deliver on UN peacekeeping and what actually materialized? The answer suggests a failure of leadership on several fronts.

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We’re already preparing for Canada’s upcoming federal election

April 17, 2019

We all know that a federal election is looming this fall.  It is not too early to start thinking about some of the key policies we want to see up for debate.

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Why Canada is right to send peacekeepers to Mali

April 3, 2018

20 months after the Justin Trudeau government formally pledged that Canada would re-engage in UN peacekeeping with up to 600 soldiers, 150 police and the provision of specialized equipment, an actual commitment to an actual mission was finally announced. The Aviation Task Force will include Chinook helicopters to provide urgently needed transport and logistics capacity […]

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A shift to sustainable peace and common security

November 24, 2016

Eleven leading civil society organizations today publicly launched their submission to the Defence Policy Review, entitled “A Shift to Sustainable Peace and Common Security.” All members of Parliament and the Press Gallery received copies. The launch also featured an Op Ed  in the Toronto Star entitled Why UN Peacekeeping is worth the risks (Peggy Mason, […]

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