Peacekeeping Under Fire, a Canadian public exploration
Here is a link to a high level local dialogue, regarding Canada's global service to humanity.
Peacekeeping Under Fire at:
To listen to the conference and to read the comment(s), you need to use the link above. Here is the introductary text:
Ottawa, ON Canada's role in peacekeeping, peacemaking, human security and humanitarian aid, today and in the future was tackled from all sides at the first of a series of public policy debates held by Canada 2020.
Retired Canadian major-general Lewis MacKenzie, former commander of United Nations peacekeepers in Bosnia, CARE Canada CEO John Watson and Toronto Star national affairs columnist Jim Travers, tossed around one of this country's hottest foreign policy potatoes, debating the question, "Is peacekeeping dead? How can Canada renew its international role by 2020?"
Debate photos are now online. For streamining video, click here.
Do you agree with MacKenzie and Watson that peacekeeping is dead? Have your say here.
Author: admin | Posted: Tuesday, October 10th, 2006 | 1 Comment »