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Intervention in Libya erodes national sovereignty
Tuesday, May 31, 2011 6:10:35 EDT AM

This opening sentence of the article above, written as Canada was attacking Libya, raised questions concerning the alteration
in international affairs in which Canada was taking part then and in all probability is going to duplicate by bombing Syria:

"Since the 17th century, the concept of national sovereignty has been the foundation of the nation-state and a source of stability in the international system." This "source of stability" is tottering due in part to Canada's actions.

The closing thoughts expressed then apply equally today, I hope you will agree:

        " ... the prime minister needs to conduct a focused foreign policy review for the post-Westphalia era.

        To that end, the review should set the principles and criteria for military intervention in the affairs of
        other nations. And it should also address how and when Canada should disengage from such missions."


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