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    operating in Canada and the United States. Gouzenko’s actions arguably began this period of tension between the Americas and the Soviet Union, now known as the Cold War. When Canada accepted Gouzenko’s claims against the Soviet’s as reality, we launched ourselves into the Cold War. Although the majority of the conflict was between the United States and the Soviet Union, Canada became involved through participation in the Korean War, the Suez Canal crisis as well as the United Nation’s (UN) peace…

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    Takastand Essay

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    However, leaving the great powers to take care of the situation in Takastand is not an ideal solution as many major powers have interests in Takastand such as China, India, Russia, and the United States. Thus, having “great powers only” solution would introduce a scenario similar to the Syrian civil war where different countries support different armed groups. The sovereignty of the state of Takastand must also be respected and any intervention…

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    Un Peacekeeping Failure

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    Association states that the only countries that provide peacekeeping services during conflicts are among the poorest countries within the world, therefore there is no surprise why the UN peacekeeping keeps failing. Many individuals would argue that the United Nations in many situations has not done enough to resolve crises with the use of peacekeeping services since on occasion it fails and ends the lives of thousands in the process. Also, many automatically think that only the poorest countries…

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    the United States. One these historical events were about the comprehensive nuclear ban treaty that the United Nations had sign in order to ban nuclear testing. This passage went on to explain the reasons for banning nuclear testing in the world. In addition, a journalist named Keith .A Hansen who covered the comprehensive nuclear ban treaty event describe the events in detail. Hansen described reasons for banning nuclear weapon usage was the United Nation came to a conclusion that no nation…

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    Catch: From 1956-1992 Canada was the the United Nations (UN) Peacekeeping Force largest and single contributor,but dramatically decreased after 1992. Canada in 2011, was 57th of the 193 UN member states. Background Information: A peacekeeping nation, is a country that strives on helping developing countries, and countries in crisis. Also, a peacekeeping nation is one that doesn’t discriminate, maintains peace in its own country, and helps the United Nations (UN) by contributing money and…

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    Canadian Peacekeeping

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    The Development of Canada’s Identity as a Peacekeeper When people hear the word, peacekeeper, some imagine a gendarmerie controlled by the Capitol, tasked with maintaining order throughout the nation of Panem by violence, in the famous novel, The Hunger Games. However, Canada’s definition differs slightly as it defines peacekeeping as promoting peace and truce between hostile political forces (Granatstein). Canada has played a significant role in international peacekeeping through its…

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    The United States is one of one hundred and twenty-three democratic countries in the world, and it is also an immense active democratic promoter. According to the Council on Foreign Relations, “...one of the few truly robust findings in international relations is that established democracies never go to war with one another” (Lagon 1). The promotion of democracy to foreign countries will create less conflict and develop positive relationships with countries where conflict currently exists. Any…

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    Emergency Education

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    Roughly half of those who have gained access into the United States were school-aged children. Refugee children live appalling situations that hamper their education. The United Nations has underscored in conventions, and investigators have agreed that schooling is critical for refugee children’s psychological and societal wellbeing. Nevertheless, governmental entities…

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    Introduction A combination of different nations developed human right instruments and formulae of implementation in United Nations General Assembly. The United Nation declaration and convention aimed in ensuring all the states and countries including Australia upholds development and safeguarding Human Right. The major issues was strengthening universal declaration of human right through the United Nations general assembly that was conducted back in 1948. During the convention, the countries…

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    Chad Research Paper

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    have any fruits, dairies, fats, or protein which is not customary for adults to maintain healthy lifestyles and certainly not for growing children. Perhaps it is also why the average life span is only 49.82 years of age. Chad believes that the United Nations could help to prevent this strain on our nutrition resources.…

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