Representation and suspicion in Canada's appearance under the Universal Periodic Review
Introduction In an acerbic concluding comment on Canada�s first appearance under the Universal Periodic Review (UPR), the Cuban delegation reflected on what it saw as the decline of Canada�s dedication to the global good. Cuba indicated that it �missed� Canada�s former �pro-third-world approach� and a national stance that was �always on the side of the weakest�. It also lamented that Canada no longer held its former commitment �to the noblest causes�. Given the circumstances in which they were...[Show more]
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