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united nations security council

Low number may be "highly detrimental" to Canada's bid for a UN Security Council seat.
The prime minister won the African nation's support for Canada's UN Security Council bid.
A sole-sourced government contract has gained the ire of Conservatives.
The end of the Mali mission has returned the country's contributions to historic lows.
There are good reasons for Palestinians and many others to be frustrated with international mechanisms for social justice. But what the world witnessed at the UNSC on Friday may be a case of Martin Luther King, Jr.'s observation that "the arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends toward justice."
Deepak Obhrai served the Harper government well during his many years of service, but in blaming Canada's rejection at the UN on the European Union he has shown a partisan and clear disregard for those numerous other issues that resulted in one of our great diplomatic failures.
Trudeau has been trying to encourage his G7 counterparts to strengthen their position on the issue.
Trudeau Liberals hear some sobering messages.
OTTAWA - Canada should try again for at a seat on the United Nations Security Council despite its historic loss in 2010, because