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CDA Institute Analyst Lindsay Coombs examines Canada’s response to both Al Qaeda and ISIS. Since the summer of 2014, the Islamic State of Iraq and al-​Sham (ISIS) has become a primary focal point of international attention and political debate. News headlines, posts on social media, and scholarly articles depicting the brutality of this group are almost commonplace. At present, ISIS is famous for its slick, Hollywood style productions which display the…
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On 1213 May 2015, CDA Institute Analyst Lindsay Coombs had the great pleasure of attending the Kingston Conference on International Security at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario. This piece is a brief overview of the conference as the author has interpreted it. CDA Institute Analyst Lindsay Coombs was pleased to have had the opportunity to attend the Kingston Conference on International Security at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario. This piece is…
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This week’s briefing contains: From the Desk of the Executive Director When Words Speak Louder Than Actions: Why Choosing Your Words Carefully Matters in International Politics, by Rob Cook Roundtable summary: The Indian Navy, by Meaghan Hobman Brazil’s Decade Long Decision: The Gripen, by Andrei Serbin Pont The Garrison State’s Civil-​Military Divide, Parts 1, 2 and 3, by Adnan Qaiser Security and Defence News Roundup, by Rob Cook Click here to…
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in Media Briefs & Summaries 1208 0
Contrary to the handling of the civil war in Syria, the West in general, and the United States in particular, are showing a degree of political and diplomatic savvy in dealing with the current problems in Iraq. The Islamic State certainly represents the most proximate threat to the country, and the United States and several partners, including Canada, Britain, and Australia, have responded in a calculated and measured manner. Remarks about…
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This weeks’ briefing contains: From the Desk of the Executive Editor Operation Reassurance: Why Participating in NATO Exercises Works Both Ways, by Rob Cook Un surréalisme inquiétant: le point de vue de Moscou, par Ferry de Kerckhove Canada Still Needs Fighter Jets, by Richard Shimooka & Don Macnamara in the National Post Media Warfare in Syria, by Emmanuel Seitelbach Iraq, ISIS and the allure of airpower, by Jeff Collins Security &
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