Making a difference on the Security Council

Canada was last elected to the Security Council in 1998. It is hoping to be elected again later this year. But in the past 12 years, the Security Council has changed dramatically and this new environment is certain to affect Canada's ability to make an impact, if it is elected.

UN Photo: Devra Berkowitz
Canada is running for a UN Security Council seat.
Colin Keating
Published: Wednesday, 03/17/2010 12:00 am EDT

Canada was last elected to the Security Council in 1998. It is hoping to be elected again later this year. But in the past 12 years, the Security Council has changed dramatically and this new environment is certain to affect Canada's ability to make an impact, if it is elected.

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