More to worry about than Security Council loss

Since the Harper government's failure to secure a seat for Canada at the UN Security Council, the blame game seems to have completely missed the real and sustainable impact of this embarrassing result for the country. The failure to properly and dispassionately assess the world's rejection will make the detrimental stakes for the country even greater.

Errol P. Mendes
Published: Wednesday, 10/20/2010 12:00 am EDT

Since the Harper government's failure to secure a seat for Canada at the UN Security Council, the blame game seems to have completely missed the real and sustainable impact of this embarrassing result for the country. The failure to properly and dispassionately assess the world's rejection will make the detrimental stakes for the country even greater.

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