Charles Bouchard on the Canadian Forces, NATO, and what we learned in Libya.

Lieutenant General Charles Bouchard talks to the CIC-Montreal Branch’s Kyle Matthews.

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6 June, 2012
By: Kyle Matthews
Executive director, Montreal Institute for Genocide and Human Rights Studies

Lieutenant General Charles Bouchard, commander of the NATO mission in Libya and former deputy commander of NORAD, talks to the CIC-Montreal Branch’s Kyle Matthews about the future of the Canadian Forces, where Canada fits in with NATO, and what we learned from the missions in Afghanistan and Libya.

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