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CDA Institute Council Advisor Richard Cohen comments on American-​Russian relations in light of the upcoming Trump presidency. This is based on his opening remarks during a panel on Ukraine at the Ukrainian Armed Forces Day at the Canadian War Museum on 6 December 2016. In the short term there will undoubtedly be uncomfortable moments for Ukraine and for America’s other friends and allies around the world, stemming from Donald Trump’s offhand…
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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 other national governments, the government of Ukraine finds itself challenged to adapt to a dynamic and continually shifting security environment; however, the circumstances of Ukraine in 2016 are unique and pressing.…
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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. On 89 July, 28 NATO Chiefs of State and Government, as well as representatives from the organization’s forty-​odd partner countries and organizations, will gather in Warsaw for what promises to be the most important such gathering since…
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Andrew Rasiulis, a Fellow at the Canadian Global Affairs Institute, recently published an opinion piece on the search for stability in Eastern Europe in The Embassy, based on a longer CGAI research paper. We are pleased to have permission to repost the piece on our Blog: The Forum. The war in Ukraine that started in 2014 and that was brought under some measure of control through the Minsk process in February…
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Blogueur pour l’Institut de la CAD, Michael Lambert, doctorant au Collège doctoral de la Sorbonne (France) et à l’Université de Tampere (Finlande) partage ses reflexions sur les réfugiés. Tandis que les Occidentaux continuent de s’indigner des conditions d’accueil des réfugiés en Europe, et que l’Union européenne accentue les coopérations bilatérales avec la Turquie en vue de limiter l’afflux de migrants, la Russie né cesse pour sa part d’accentuer les bombardements dans…
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