For the peace operations, we can't just look at it as going on an operation. We're looking at what Canada's contribution is to stability in those areas, working with the United Nations and with other coalition partners.
We were hoping to move a little bit faster, but unfortunately, as I've always said, we want to make sure we get the decision right. We have to look at some other factors as well. Here's the greater complexity. Regardless of the place we choose, we have the United Nations that's there. The first thing we want to do is be able to demonstrate how a whole-of-government comprehensive approach works. I'm happy to say that other nations are also coming on board.
So it's putting that into the context of the United Nations, plus we have to look at some of the difficulties the United Nations also brings to operations: troop [Inaudible—Editor], sexual violence, all of those things—