Using sources previously unavailable to the public, Alan Barnes, Senior Fellow of the Centre for Security, Intelligence, and Defence Studies, shows how our intelligence community kept Canada out of the Iraq War.
In this article Martine Ghazouli and Antalya Popatia write about an interview they had with NAOC Board Director Kevin Vuong.
2020 has been rough for Canada and for the world. In this article, Justin Dell argues that the emergence of multiple security contingencies across the globe this year, many of which pose a direct threat to Canadians, necessitates that policymakers significantly enlarge the Canadian Armed Forces reserves in order to ensure that Canadian military personnel are not stretched too thinly as they respond to an ever-growing list of emergencies.
Samer Khurshid examines Canada-China Relations via the case of Meng Wanzhou, providing options for the Canadian government, and their related trade and Intelligence implications.
The NATO Association’s Mary Peplinski examines Canada’s struggle to recruit female
peacekeepers and explains why it is so important to involve women in peacekeeping operations and
military operations around the world.
Balkan Devlen, University of Copenhagen The following is a lightly edited transcript of Dr. Devlen’s talk on November 18, 2019 at the “The Rise and Fall of Liberal International Order” workshop co-hosted by NATO Association of Canada and Defence and Security Foresight Group that took place at the Royal Canadian Military Institute, Toronto. Thank you, […]
Samer Khurshid details Canada’s Arctic Doctrine pertaining to Sovereignty, security and Regional Economic Development.
A recent conversation with a Canadian WWII veteran reminded me that truly remembering Canadian sacrifices entails more than simply placing a pin through a hole.
Learn more about Canada’s legal and human security relationships with indigenous peoples in this infographic by Willow Hillman!