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October 7, 2008

Alexander Moens – Afghanistan and the revolution in Canadian foreign policy

Filed under: Uncategorized — internationaljournal @ 4:50 am

After the end of the Cold War, Canada continued to participate in UN peacekeeping
missions and NATO operations, but there was no overall strategic
sense about priorities. While defence dollars shrank by more than 20 percent
in the 1990s, the 1994 white paper on defence made few hard choices or
trade-offs. Even so, there was no follow-up in terms of new equipment to
match strategy.

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