J. Blair Seaborn
James Blair Seaborn, CM was a Canadian diplomat and civil servant best remembered for the "Seaborn mission" of 1964–65 in connection with the Vietnam war and for heading the "Seaborn Panel" of the 1990s that examined the subject of how to dispose of nuclear waste in Canada. Seaborn would ultimately become the best-known of all of Canada's ICC representatives, but the Canadian historian Victor Levant noted "although he did not gain this notoriety until long after his tour of duty." The "Seaborn Mission" is a controversial subject with opinions sharply divided to its purpose and morality.
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