Export peacekeeping training to Central and East Asia

Canada could use its Mongolia experience as a successful model for others.

Mongolian Armed Forces Photo: Sgt. A. Altankhuyag
Members of the Mongolian Armed Forces participate in Khaan Quest 2012, the annual military exercise hosted in Mongolia.
Jargalsaikhan Mendee
Published: Thursday, 12/19/2013 11:02 pm EST
Last Updated: Friday, 01/10/2014 12:38 am EST

Canada, a co-creator of United Nations peacekeeping, has a substantial comparative advantage in transferring peacekeeping knowledge to Central and East Asian countries, including former communist states, as it has done for generations of peacekeepers from Africa, Latin America, and Central and Eastern Europe.

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