Dr. Abi Williams discusses Future of Peacekeeping

On 28 March, Dr. Abi Williams, President of The Hague Institute, spoke on the evolving nature and role of peacekeeping in global affairs today. Reflecting on how peacekeeping has changed over the past years, Dr. Williams highlighted important considerations for sustainable peacekeeping in the future. In response to Canada’s shifting policy on peacekeeping, Dr. Williams commented on the role that Canada can play in international peacekeeping.

(CTV POWER PLAY Monday, March 28/16)

“Peacekeeping is an important tool in the UN’s toolbox for the management of international crises, but it is facing real challenges.”

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