Below is the NATO Association of Canada’s climate change publication containing contributions by leading experts. Download PDF here: Navigating a Global Crisis: Climate Change and NATO
Below is our NATO fall 2019 scholarly publication featuring original work by leading experts studying information and democracy. This marks our first collaborative publication with our new Centre for Disinformation Studies. Download PDF here: Disinformation and Digital Democracy Senior Content Editor: Dr. Joseph McQuade Assistant Editor: Tiffany Kwok, James Cho Design: James Cho
Below is our NATO 70 publication with a forwarded done by former chief of Defence Staff Gen. Ret’d Tom Lawson and containing contributions by some of Canada’s leading experts in International Security. Download PDF here: Selected Topics in World Security Project Editors: Senior Content Editor: Dr. Joseph McQuade Managing Editor: Ben Patterson Assistant Editor: Antalya Read More…
The NATO Association of Canada is proud to release “Seventy Years of Security”, a special publication compiling the best articles published by the organization within the past year and a half covering three major topics: Canada in NATO, emerging security, and NATO’s global impact. The compilation was created to showcase both the intellectual prowess of those working at the NATO Association of Canada, as well as the diverse array of threats NATO faces.
Our Senior Research Fellow James Poborsa recently published “From the Illusory to the Political: The Photographic Experiments of Mo Yi,” in Life and Dreams: Contemporary Chinese Photography and Media Art (2018), which explores the widespread adoption of photography, video, and digital imaging by successive generations of Chinese artists, as seen in a range of visually Read More…
The NATO Association of Canada is proud to release “Canadian Defence at 150 and Beyond”, a scholarly publication featuring a foreword by Chrystia Freeland and an introduction by Hugh Segal.
Former Senator Hugh Segal, the Chair of the NATO Association of Canada, recently published a policy paper on the relationship between domestic income fairness and global security at the Canadian Global Affairs Institute. “For decades, the two fields of domestic social policy and global security policy have been intentionally kept separate by politicians, civil Read More…
The NATO Association of Canada presents “Matching Reality with Necessity: A Defence Policy to 2025”
As a follow-up piece to a previous article, Kelsey Berg discusses the sensitivities of regulating media transmission between the press and government departments.
Do you like video games? Do you like politics? So does Ian!