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« Fleet-​Replacement and the ‹Build at Home› Premium: Is it too expensive to build warships in Canada? » par Eric Lerhe
Symposium annuel des étudiants diplômé 2016
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« Canadian National Strategy and the Role of Executive Education » par David Last
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« Trudeau’s Promises: From Coalition Operations to Peacekeeping and Beyond » par Stéfanie von Hlatky
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« The Canadian Armed Forces and the Arctic: Maintaining a Suitable and Sustainable Role » par Adam MacDonald
2017 Ottawa Conférence sur la sécurité et la défense
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The Foundation for Defence Procurement Reform in Ukraine
Colonel Ross Fetterly (Ret'd) recently wrote a paper on defence procurement issues facing Ukraine for the Centre for Security Governance. We are pleased to have permission to repost the following extract. The full paper can be found here. Like many ...
Trump’s Plan B: From demagoguery to violence
CDA Institute Security & Defence Blogger David Law, a Senior Associate/​Fellow at the Security Governance Group/​Centre for Security Governance in Kitchener, looks at Donald Trump's exhortation to violence in the 2016 presidential campaign. ...
What’s New at the CDA Institute, 15 August 2016
The CDA Institute is pleased to post relevant news, articles, and commentaries on security and defence related issues from the past week. Also look for additional material in our Security and Defence Briefings. ANNOUNCEMENTS A Roundtable with Ward ...
DPR Roundtable with Defence Industry
Ryan Olshansky, a former Analyst at the CDA Institute, comments on what was discussed at the recent DPR roundtable with Canada's defence industry sector. The Canadian government took its consultations for its Defence Policy Review to the nation's ca...
Core Challenge for the Defence Policy Review: Creating the Right Balance
CDA Institute Research Fellow Chuck Davies looks at the core challenge facing the Canadian Armed Forces - finding the right balance in the apportion of the defence budget. If the present defence policy review accomplishes nothing else, it must corre...
What’s New at the CDA Institute, 9 August 2016
The CDA Institute is pleased to post relevant news, articles, and commentaries on security and defence related issues from the past week. Also look for additional material in our Security and Defence Briefings. ANNOUNCEMENTS A Roundtable with Ward ...
Turkey: Cliques, conspiracies, and coups – Part 2
CDA Institute guest contributor Chris Kilford, a Fellow at Queen's Centre for International and Defence Policy, offers a look at the comments and the advice he provided during what was an extremely traumatic episode for the Turkish people and governm...
Turkey: Cliques, conspiracies, and coups – Part 1
CDA Institute guest contributor Chris Kilford, a Fellow at Queen's Centre for International and Defence Policy, offers a look at the comments and the advice he provided during what was an extremely traumatic episode for the Turkish people and governm...
Coup, Counter-coup, Consequences - Part 4: Where do Turkey’s relations with the West go from here?
CDA Institute Security & Defence Blogger David Law, a Senior Associate/​Fellow at the Security Governance Group/​Centre for Security Governance in Kitchener, comments on the consequences of the coup in Turkey. This is Part 4 of a four-​part serie...
DPR in Edmonton: Searching for policy agreement
CDA Institute Analyst and Office Manager Robert Legere explores some of the key themes discussed at the Edmonton DPR roundtable. Security and defence experts came together in early June at a Defence Policy Review (DPR) roundtable in Edmonton – ...
Coup, Counter-coup, Consequences - Part 3: The turn towards authoritarianism
CDA Institute Security & Defence Blogger David Law, a Senior Associate/​Fellow at the Security Governance Group/​Centre for Security Governance in Kitchener, comments on the consequences of the coup in Turkey. This is Part 3 of a four-​part serie...
Nijmegen 2016: Sharing history and memory
CDA Institute Analyst Geoff Tasker recently attended the departure parade for the Canadian contingent participating in the 2016 Nijmegen March.  The following is a summary of the event as well as a report on the CAF experience at ...

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