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Canada’s time to lead on Sudan

Canada is uniquely well positioned to reverse its disengagement, leverage its well-established expertise, credibility, and authority, and lead efforts for peace in Sudan.

WASHINGTON, D.C.—Once a “stalwart supporter of the peace process in Sudan,” in the fall of 2013 the Canadian government shuttered its Sudan Task Force—the whole-of-government initiative responsible for coordinating Canada’s diplomatic, military, and development approach to peace in the North African country. 

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Canada’s time to lead on Sudan

Canada is uniquely well positioned to reverse its disengagement, leverage its well-established expertise, credibility, and authority, and lead efforts for peace in Sudan.

WASHINGTON, D.C.—Once a “stalwart supporter of the peace process in Sudan,” in the fall of 2013 the Canadian government shuttered its Sudan Task Force—the whole-of-government initiative responsible for coordinating Canada’s diplomatic, military, and development approach to peace in the North African country. 

  

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Wednesday, September 3, 2014
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Devon Jacobs, right, with Monte Solberg and Jim Armour at the 2012 Manning Networking Conference.

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Devon Jacobs with Liberal MP Scott Simms.

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Devon Jacobs with former colleague Jim Patrick, Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau and Liberal MP Mauril Belanger at the 2013 all-party party.

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Devon Jacobs, centre, with Conservative MPs (from left) Susan Truppe, Colin Carrie, Ted Opitz, Lynne Yelich and Eve Adams.

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