Canada and Track Two Diplomacy: Time to Get Serious

For many years, Track Two Diplomacy has been a quiet feature of international conflict resolution efforts.

Peter Jones
Published: Wednesday, 02/04/2009 12:00 am EST

For many years, Track Two Diplomacy has been a quiet feature of international conflict resolution efforts. Canadians had been involved in some extraordinary Track Two projects. The North Pacific Co-operative Security Dialogue and Jerusalem Old City Initiative are two examples.

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