Canadian foreign aid for global health: Human security opportunity lost

@article{Spiegel2009CanadianFA,
  title={Canadian foreign aid for global health: Human security opportunity lost},
  author={J. Spiegel and Robert L. Huish},
  journal={Canadian Foreign Policy Journal},
  year={2009},
  volume={15},
  pages={60 - 84}
}
The adoption of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) by 189 United Nations member countries in September 2000 drew attention to the urgency of rectifying the extreme disparities in human well-being that had grown to unacceptable levels globally in the closing decades of the twentieth century. For Canada, a country then styling itself as playing an active role in supporting peacekeeping and other constructive missions to improve the welfare of disadvantaged individuals, and whose foreign… Expand
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