The NATO Association of Canada publishes special reports which serve as more comprehensive, textured, critical pieces rather than the traditional article format. Special reports include policy briefs, communiques, critiques, and/or a compilation of works in a journal format. In order to facilitate these publications,  the NATO Association of Canada often partners with other organizations, members of the military (officers, generals etc), federal government agencies, members of the Canadian government, diplomats, and academics, as well as members of the NATO Association itself, including Editors, Research Fellows, and Analysts.

Official NATO Association of Canada’s Special Publications below. 


Seventy Years of Security, November 2018

Canadian Defence at 150 & Beyond [with a special foreword from Minister of Foreign Affairs Chrystia Freeland], November 2017

The F-35 Fighter: A Logical CF-18 Replacement, May 2017

Matching Reality with Necessity: A Defence Policy to 2025, January 2016

Canada in the World: Youth Dialogue on Emerging International Security Challenges, October 2015

Canada in the World: Youth Dialogue on Women, Peace and Security, May 2015

Defence Matters in Canada Report: Findings From a Cross Canada Discussion, September 2013

 

 

Relevant Reports & Publications below. 


Canada and NATO: An Alliance Forged In Strength and Reliability – Report of the Standing Committee on National Defence, June 2018