Canada's Role On The World Stage In The Post War Era. Samuel Nithiananthan

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During the post war era Canada was recognized on an international level because Canada established and joined organizations devoted to keeping the peace among nations, and also work together for democracy and the common good of the world. Canada did this by being a part of the United Nations (UN), the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) and North American Air Defense Command (NORAD).Since the former American president, Theodore Roosevelt created the name United Nations (UN), Canada has played a major role in the international organization, created to settle disputes of countries and bring forth the unity of nations. Through April to June of 1945, 50 countries, including Canada signed the charter for the UN, since then Canada has played an extensive role in the UN; this includes Lester Pearson being the president of the General Assembly and Canada's influence in creating organizations to help out humanity.During 1950 the first test for UN came with the occurrence of the Korean War. With North Korea attacking South Korea, with the help of the Soviets, the UN needed troops to send to the aid of the South Koreans. Canada rose to this challenge with flying colors sending over 26 500 solider as well as artillery and arms. As a result South Korea was not invaded by communism. Another unforgettable Canadian moment happed during the Suez Crisis. During 1956 Egypt wanted the Suez Canal back for them from the French and English. This demand caused problems between the worlds super powers, the Soviet Union and the United States (U.S), and through this tension the answer came from former Canadian External Affairs Minister Lester B. Pearson. He proposed the idea for the United Nations Emergency Force (UNEF). Unlike during the Korean War the UNEF were peacekeepers instead of...

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