WFMC President Walter Dorn: World Federalism in the Wake of the Trump Election Victory

Thursday, December 15, 2016 - 12:30

WORLD FEDERALIST MEETING      

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Walter Dorn is a professor of defence studies at the Royal Military College, president of the World Federalist Movement-Canada, and author of many books and articles.

Back in the Game: Potential Canadian Contributions to UN Peace Operations
http://walterdorn.net/pdf/CdnPeaceOps_ProposalsForCdnGov_Mas_DPR-2pp_31May2016.pdf

"There’s much to do to (re)engage in peace operations.  My suggested modus operandi would be “push what moves.” Start working quickly on a wide array of initiatives and see which ones gain momentum. Then make them signature projects to show that Canada really is a constructive force on the international stage, helping bring peace to the war-torn areas of the world. Only then can we help heal the open wounds on the world body that hemorrhage problems to the rest of the globe. Only then can refugee flows be diminished, diseases be eradicated and terrorism be cut off at its source. Only then, can Canada truly say it is back."

Thursday, Dec. 15, 2016 at 7:30 pm

Hewett Centre, Unitarian Church, 949 W.49th Ave. at Oak St., Vancouver.
All welcome. Free Parking. No charge. 

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Or to add your name to the meeting reminder e-mail list,

contact Larry Kazdan at (604) 874-9982,
or e-mail: lkazdan@gmail.com

The World Federalist Movement Canada  - Vancouver Branch meets at this location the third Thursday of every month. The general public is cordially invited to attend.

World Federalists support the development of a global community based on the rule of law and democratically accountable international institutions. 

World Federalist Movement Canada - Vancouver Branch wfcvb@vcn.bc.ca http://www.worldfederalistsvancouver.ca

Unitarian Church
949 W.49th Ave. at Oak St.
Vancouver , BC
Canada
49° 13' 35.7492" N, 123° 7' 41.5956" W
British Columbia CA
L. Kazdan

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