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Canada's Afghanistan Policy
A look at Canada's policy towards Afghanistan.
# 143362 | 1,750 words | 5 sources | 2009 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2009 in Canadian Studies (Military, Peace-Keeping)


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This paper describes Canada's policy towards Afghanistan following the terrorist attacks on the United States. Particularly, this paper considers Canada's in the War in Afghanistan. Ultimately, the picture that emerges is of a reluctant middle power that wished to maintain its moral high ground and, therefore, was reluctant to commit troops for that reason. The paper concludes that Canada was limited in its ability to offer much auxiliary support in Afghanistan because it simply lacked the resources and military preparedness to do so.

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"This paper looks at Canada's policy towards Afghanistan when war with that country's Taliban regime unfolded in late-2001 following the terrorist attacks on the United States. Particularly, this paper looks at what Canada did (and does), why it did what it did, and what it should differently in the War in Afghanistan. Ultimately, the picture that emerges is of a reluctant middle power that wished to maintain its moral high ground and, therefore, was reluctant to commit troops for that reason; at the same time, Canada was limited in its ability to offer much auxiliary support in Afghanistan because it simply lacked the resources..."

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