Notes for November 10th

Notes for November 10th - Canada in Afghanistan Canada in...

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1 Canada in Afghanistan Canada in A Canada in A-Stan Stan • Why Did Canada Go Into Afghanistan? •OEF vsNATO • Changes in the CF • Domestic Politics of War • Progress? Why Did Canada Go Into Afghanistan? • Round 1: Article V, Canada and the US • Round 2: Iraq Substitution • Round 3: Making a Difference Kandahar vs Alternatives – Kandahar vs. Alternatives • Round 4: Doing the Minimum? • Placating the US vs. CA National Interest
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2 ISAF Expansion Current Situation Differential Danger
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3 OEF vs NATO Op Enduring Freedom • Counter-Terrorism • US-led, ad hoc Direct Influence NATO/ISAF • UN-resolved • State-building, counter-insurgency • Direct Influence – “US Gives Us What We Need” counter insurgency • Multilateral, Institutionalized • One of 27 countries, hard to be heard Changes in the CF • From Peacekeeping to Three Block Wars – Not Just Canada, Enemy Gets a Vote • Regime Change
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This note was uploaded on 11/23/2010 for the course POLI 244 taught by Professor Saideman during the Fall '07 term at McGill.

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