By Ernie Regehr
In this courageous and discerning e-book, Ernie Regehr, OC, explains the methods and tasks had to steer clear of the futility of worldwide army attempt. Combining 4 many years of expertise in clash zones, advising and top international relations efforts, construction NGOs and contributing to the adoption of the accountability to guard Act through the realm meeting, Regehr boldly exhibits that political balance shouldn't be issued from the barrel of a gun.
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