08/09 Journal: Intervention

Volume 5: Spring 2009

ISSN 1710-4947

In the Case of Intervention

Editorial

Lessons from the Horn:

Why did the UN fail in Somalia?

Eric Blake

Somaliland:

An “Oasis of Peace” in Somalia’s Chaos

Charlotte Gleave Riemann and Sam Gregg-Wallace

The Challenge of Mainstreaming Conflict Sensitivity:

PCIA Methodologies and the Organizational Culture of NGOs

Jennifer Causton

A Heartfelt Apology:

Democratic Governance in International Law

Nicole Journal

The Utility of Peacekeeping in a Post-Cold War Era

Sarah Lewis

Kosovo and the Canadian Decision

Aldous Sperl

Afghanistan:

A Case Study on Canada’s International Policies

Simon Ketcheson

Talking with Taliban:

A Political Solution to a Political Problem

Sarahh Irving

In Search of an Identity:

The Case for Niche Diplomacy in Canadian Foreign Policy

Andrew Blencowe

Projected Inaction:

Tripartite Canadian Foreign Policy and Climate Change-Induced Forces Migration

Laurel Carlton

It Takes Three to Tango:

Multinational Corporations and Their Role in Resolving Violent Conflict and Extensive Human Rights Abuses in Weak States

Kelly O’Connor

Development against Development?

An Examination of International Development in Cambodia

Jessica McKeil

The Rise of Worker Cooperatives in Argentina:

Zanon Ceramics laying out tiles for Argentine Socialism

Ginette Gautreau


The Western Sahara Conflict

Sue Humphrey


Barak Obama and Intervention:

Does Multilateralism have a Future?

Dr. Geoff Martin

The Projection of Smart Power in an Era of Global Economic Chaos

Dr. Wayne Hunt

Film Review:

Le Monde Selon Monsanto (The World According to Monsanto)

Graeme Bousada

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