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"Peacekeeping" and Canada
A look at perceptions of "peacekeeping" by the Canadian public.
# 132090 | 4,000 words | 15 sources | MLA | 2007 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2007 in Canadian Studies (Military, Peace-Keeping)


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This paper examines how the concept of "peacekeeping" had become widely accepted by the Canadian public as a classic example of Canadian moderation and humanitarianism projected onto the world stage. According to the paper, "peacekeeping" initially had been regarded as a minor role for the Canadian Armed Forces as, in the early 1950s, it required only a few officers deployed overseas. By 1993, however, this role had radically expanded, with Canadian peacekeepers operating in theaters around the world. Despite this, peacekeeping was widely popular among Canadians.

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" By the last decade of the 20th century the concept of "peacekeeping" had become widely accepted by the Canadian public as a classic example of Canadian moderation and humanitarianism projected onto the world stage. Initially "peacekeeping" had been regarded as a minor role for the Canadian Armed Forces as, in the early 1950s, it required only a few officers deployed overseas. By 1993, however, this role had radically expanded, with Canadian peacekeepers operating in theatres around the..."

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