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🍁 CDN: Canada's Diplomatic Role With The United Nations

The United Nations officially came into being on October 24, 1945. By that date a majority of the 50 countries that had signed the UN Charter in San Francisco on June 26, 1945, had ratified it in their national parliaments. 405 more words

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The 'ripple effect': Canada's training of Kurds could also empower them to separate from Iraq

Whenever he is asked what direction Canada will take in fighting Islamic extremists in Iraq, Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan points to what he calls the “ripple effect.” 2,214 more words

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Russia Is Preparing the Syrian Army to Repel Any Turkish Incursion

Abdullah Al-Muhaysini runs the judicial system in Aleppo, so how is it that Kerry is defending The Army of Conquest’s (Jaish al-Fateh) control on the city? 981 more words

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Yemen: Clearing a few misconceptions on Yemen

So much ink and breath have been spent on Yemen since 2011 that one can easily get lost in the labyrinth media built up … while I will concede that opinions largely differ when it comes to what should and needs to happen in Yemen in order for “order” to be restored: ie – political direction, I’d like to believe that facts are immovable. 707 more words

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The 'ripple effect': Canada's support for the Kurds brings unintended consequences

Whenever he is asked what direction Canada will take in fighting Islamic extremists in Iraq, Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan points to what he calls the “ripple effect.” 2,270 more words

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HEZBOLLAH (part Two): Why Hezbollah is in Syria and until when?

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Why would Hezbollah accept 1400 fighters killed and several thousands wounded over 3 years of war on numerous Syrian fronts? Is it the result of a strong bound or a strategic alliance? 1,366 more words

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