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  • Nov 30 / 2004
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Europe

The UN must sort itself out before it can take on the world

  Features Comment: The UN must sort itself out before it can take on the world By Anton La Guardia 1028 words 30 November 2004 The Daily Telegraph DT 20 English (c) 2004 Telegraph Group Limited, London   In his speech in 1946 denouncing the “Iron Curtain” that had fallen across Europe, Winston Churchill issued [...]

  • Nov 27 / 2004
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North America

Responsibility to Protect

  Editorial Responsibility to protect 558 words 27 November 2004 The Globe and Mail GLOB A28 English All material copyright Bell Globemedia Publishing Inc. or its licensors. All rights reserved.   When the killing broke out in Rwanda in 1994, the nations of the civilized world leapt into action. They began to debate the legal [...]

  • Nov 24 / 2004
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North America

The price of a Pearson

  Comment Column The price of a Pearson MARCUS GEE 724 words 24 November 2004 The Globe and Mail GLOB A27 English All material copyright Bell Globemedia Publishing Inc. or its licensors. All rights reserved.   For Canadian prime ministers, the urge to pull a Pearson is powerful. As all good Canadian schoolchildren should know, [...]

  • Nov 22 / 2004
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North America

PM pushes new global doctrine at summit; PM finds support for global doctrine

  News PM pushes new global doctrine at summit; PM finds support for global doctrine Graham Fraser Toronto Star 869 words 22 November 2004 The Toronto Star TOR ONT A01 English Copyright (c) 2004 The Toronto Star   SANTIAGO, Chile An emerging Canadian doctrine that developed nations have a “responsibility to protect” emerging nations is [...]

  • Oct 10 / 2004
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Asia-Pacific

Choosing how to intervene

  005 Choosing how to intervene 1184 words 10 October 2004 The Japan Times JTIM English © Copyright 2004 The Japan Times. All rights reserved.   By RAMESH THAKUR Special to The Japan Times From Iraq to Darfur, the topic of international intervention to protect people from the brutality of their own governments remains a [...]

  • Sep 29 / 2004
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North America

UN Non-Aligned Head Urges Members To Put Houses In Order

  UN Non-Aligned Head Urges Members To Put Houses In Order 653 words 29 September 2004 18:13 Dow Jones International News DJI English (c) 2004 Dow Jones & Company, Inc.   UNITED NATIONS (AP)–The head of the Non-Aligned Movement urged its 114 member countries on Wednesday to “put our houses in order” to avoid outside [...]

  • Sep 23 / 2004
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North America

End Darfur pain: PM; Martin makes plea for a strengthened United Nations Pushes principles to allow faster intervention in crises

  News End Darfur pain: PM; Martin makes plea for a strengthened United Nations Pushes principles to allow faster intervention in crises Graham Fraser Toronto Star 965 words 23 September 2004 The Toronto Star TOR ONT A01 English Copyright (c) 2004 The Toronto Star   UNITED NATIONS — “Tens of thousands have been murdered, raped [...]

  • Sep 03 / 2004
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North America

Standing on guard for Darfur

  Column Standing on guard for Darfur JOHN IBBITSON 650 words 3 September 2004 The Globe and Mail GLOB A4 English All material copyright Bell Globemedia Publishing Inc. or its licensors. All rights reserved.   In the 20th century, far more people were killed by their own governments than by any outside forces. The Final [...]

  • Jun 15 / 2004
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North America

Rock blasts UN on Sudan crisis; Security Council failing to protect civilians, Canadian ambassador says

  International News Rock blasts UN on Sudan crisis; Security Council failing to protect civilians, Canadian ambassador says SHAWN McCARTHY The Globe and Mail; Reuter News Agency 559 words 15 June 2004 The Globe and Mail GLOB A16 English All material copyright Bell Globemedia Publishing Inc. or its licensors. All rights reserved.   UNITED NATIONS [...]