Charron, Andrea
March 2008
Canadian Foreign Policy (CFP);2008, Vol. 14 Issue 2, p1
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the record of United Nations (UN) principles and Canada's civil act related to the passing of Canada's United Nations Act. The basic machinery, mechanisms, and actors through which Canada translates principles into civil act and some of Canada's execution of UN principles are outlined. A list of voluntary sanctions made by the Security Council during the Cold War is also presented.


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