Contemporary Threats to International Peace and Security

Tasneem Jamal

Multiple authors

This report is a summary and compilation of the speeches, papers and discussions which were presented or held at Canadian Responses to Contemporary Threats to International Peace and Security, Project Ploughshares’ 30th Anniversary Symposium.

Included is Dr. Paul Rogers’ speech “Into the Long War: Contemporary Threats to International Peace and Security,” Ambassador Bethuel Kiplagat’s address on the state of armed conflict in Africa, and the four lead papers which informed sessions on controlling small arms and light weapons, prohibiting nuclear weapons, protecting people in extreme peril and responding to global and Canadian agendas.

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