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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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Cahiers Vimy 31
« Canadian National Strategy and the Role of Executive Education » par David Last
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« CDA & CDA Institute Special Event – Defence Policy Review: Opening Remarks and Written Statements »
2017 Ottawa Conférence sur la sécurité et la défense
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What’s New at the CDA Institute, 25 July 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 Latest Vimy Paper "...
So Close, Yet So Far: Canada, Australia, and the Risk of International Comparisons
CDA Institute guest contributor Matthew Ritchie, an MA student from University of Ottawa, examines the dangers of comparing Canadian defence requirements to Australia's. 2016 witnessed a wide-ranging public debate on Canadian defence policy at ...
Summary – Roundtable on National Security
The following is a summary of the CDA Institute Roundtable held on 28 June 2016. These roundtable discussions are held under the Chatham House Rule. This summary reflects Analyst Ryan Olshansky's perception of the discussion. The CDA Institute thanks...
Coup à la turque? What went wrong with Turkey’s military putsch
 CDA Institute Analyst Oksana Drozdova discusses what went wrong with the attempted coup in Turkey. On 15 July 2016, a faction within the Turkish Armed Forces (TSK) attempted to overthrow the current government by capturing Istanbul and An...
What’s New at the CDA Institute, 18 July 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 The CDA Institute invite...
Montreal DPR: Re-examining the requirements and limitations of the CAF
CDA Institute Analyst Geoff Tasker explores what was discussed at the government's Defence Policy Review roundtable in Montreal. As the Defence Policy Review's (DPR) public consultations near their conclusion, experts from a wide range of background...
Roundtable Summary - Defence Policy Review Considerations: Thoughts on Future Conflict and its impact on DND/CAF
The following is a summary of the CDA Institute Roundtable "Defence Policy Review Considerations: Thoughts on Future Conflict and its impact on DND/CAF" held on 25 May 2016. These roundtable discussions are held under the Chatham House Rule. Thi...
What’s New at the CDA Institute, 11 July 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 Read the latest CDA Inst...
Breaking the Silence: Why Canada needs to speak out on the South China Sea – Part 2
CDA Institute guest contributor Dave Beitelman, a PhD candidate at Dalhousie University, comments on why Canada should take a stronger position on China's claims in the South China Sea. This is Part 2 of a two-part series. As part of its existing ap...
Breaking the Silence: Why Canada needs to speak out on the South China Sea – Part 1
CDA Institute guest contributor Dave Beitelman, a PhD candidate at Dalhousie University, comments on why Canada should take a stronger position on China's claims in the South China Sea. This is Part 1 of a two-part series. It was just announced by D...
CDA Institute Analysis - "Canadian National Strategy and the Role of Executive Education"
In this new CDA Institute Analysis, David Last examines the role of professional executives – including military and civilian – and security education in the formulation and debate on Canadian national strategy. The following is an excerpt of th...
Brexit and the NATO Summit in Warsaw
CDA Institute Security & Defence Blogger David Law, a Senior Associate/​Fellow at the Security Governance Group/​Centre for Security Governance in Kitchener, looks at the challenges facing NATO and the Alliance's Warsaw Summit after Brexit. ...

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