In a deeply disappointing response, the Canadian government has shirked its duties under international law and rejected the call for a Public Inquiry into the treatment of Afghan detainees.
Tag Archives: Canadian military mission in Afghanistan
Follow up to Open Letter on Afghan Detainee Transfers to Torture
Update on media coverage following release of Open Letter to PM urging public inquiry into Afghan detainee transfers to torture
From peacebuilding to sustaining peace
What exactly is “sustaining peace”? And how will the UN work within this new conceptual framework?
Our disastrous military interventions
There can be no expectation that our military interventions will do more good than the obvious disaster they are.
Armed Drones Part One: The legal issues
Some of the key legal issues on the use of armed drones.
Are we heeding Afghanistan lessons?
Nipa Banerjee urges Canada not to repeat the mistakes of Afghanistan in our new mission against ISIL.