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CDA Institute readers will be interested in the recent publication in War on the Rocks of an article on the recent Super Hornet announcement by Richard Shimooka, one of our Research Fellows, and Gary Schaub Jr. We have included the opening remarks as well as the link necessary to read the full posting. By Gary Schaub Jr. and Richard Shimooka When Canadian Minister of Defence Harjit Sajjan met with U.S. Defense…
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Joe Varner, former Director of Policy for the Ministers of National Defence and Justice and iFellow of the Inter University Seminar on Armed Forces and Society, examines President Donald Trump’s first week in power and what it might mean for Canada. One week is now under President Donald J. Trump’s belt and the Trudeau government should be asking itself what is the impact of the first seven days and what does…
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CDA Institute guest contributor Chris Kilford, a Fellow with Queen’s Centre for International and Defence Policy, explores how Canada might play a more active role in the Middle East. Earlier this year, Canada accepted an invitation from the United States and Russia to join the International Syria Support Group (ISSG). At the time, the government announced that the invitation was “a clear sign that Canada is making a difference in the region through…
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In this new CDA Institute Analysis, Don Macnamara looks at what the new government should keep in mind and what it should avoid as it proceeds with the defence policy review. The following is an excerpt of the Analysis. The government’s stated intention to undertake a comprehensive defence policy review over the next year, including public consultation, is encouraging. They would do well to remember that the first and most important…
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In this new CDA Institute Analysis, Joel Sokolsky and Joseph Jockel look at what the new government should keep in mind and what it should avoid as it proceeds with the defence policy review. The following is an excerpt of the Analysis. As the famous song from Showboat goes: “Birds got to fly, fish got to swim,” to which it might be added, that newly elected Canadian governments, especially Liberal ones,…
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