VIDEO: The United Nations’ Role in Peace and War

Global Research Public Lecture, Montreal, Dec 1, 2009

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VIDEO: The United Nations' Role in Peace and War

Global Research Public Lecture
Montreal, December 1, 2009

Denis Halliday: United Nations’ Role in Peace and War

“As you may have guessed – this is not intended to be a ‘feel good’ review of the UN.  We are here to think, and consider something different, something better. Something representative, something respectful of international law: committed to equality of nations and people. An organization that really believes in a single standard of behaviour and treatment for all… and not double standards as of now.”

For full transcript of Denis Halliday’s presentation, click here.

Camera and editing by Pierre-Etienne Bordeleau

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Articles by: Denis Halliday

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