Afghanistan and Canada: is there an alternative to war?
Lucia Kowaluk, Steven Staples
Black Rose Books, Oct 15, 2008 - History - 326 pages
Traces Canada's military involvement in Afghanistan in the hope of finding an alternative to continuing war.
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