The Canadian Military and Humanitarian Aid in the Afghanistan War


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The Canadian Military and Humanitarian Aid in the Afghanistan War
This study will make the argument for validating the role of the Canadian military and humanitarian civil services in mediating the war in Afghanistan. By analyzing the specific role that civilians and the Canadian military provide in helping non-Taliban citizens receive protection and medical aid is vital as a meatier of conflict. With the war being fought against Taliban insurgents and other warlords, the Canadian military provides protection for villages and hamlets that might be under threat of attack. Through specific examples of this mediating military support, a civilian focus via Maureen Eykelenboom's “Boomer’s Legacy” foundation also defines the importance of...
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