Being better prepared could save millions of lives and trillions of dollars. The global health crisis has become a wake-up call to cooperate for a more just and secure world. Read more.
On Dec. 1, the Globe and Mail and CBC co-sponsored a high-powered debate on humanitarian intervention at the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto. Days before the event, the public was asked for its preferred question, and the clear winner was: “Should the UN have its own intervention capability such as the proposed permanent UN Emergency Peace Service?” Read More
Langille, “Peacekeeping challenges require standing, not just standby, capacities: Time for a United Nations Emergency Peace Service”, a submission of the World Federalist Movement-Canada to the UN High-level Independent Panel on Peace Operations, March 2015
Peter Langille, “UN Emergency Peace Service Question Goes Unasked”, Embassy Magazine, 2009.
Hussein Solomon and Amelia du Rand, “Constraints in African Peacekeeping: The Need for a United Nations Emergency Peace Service (UNEPS)”, CIPS, 2006.
Peter Langille, “A global emergency force?”, Toronto Star, July 4, 2003.
Make no little plans. They have no magic to stir the blood and probably will not be realized. Make big plans. Aim high in hope and work. – Daniel Burnham, 1909