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The Intelligence Enterprise: How prepared ...

Nov 26, 2014

There was a report in The Economist in July that Canada’s intelligence analysts are pretty good. The article cited a study which found that intelligence

India

India 2.0 — Part One: Will India fin...

Oct 30, 2014

Part One: Will India finally stop disappointing everyone? Part Two: We really must talk about Narendra Part Three: A world power in waiting Summary In the spring of

Intelligence

Are Canada’s intelligence agencies out of...

Oct 30, 2014

Introduction Canada’s intelligence agencies are regularly in the news for some failing or other, which critics decry as the beginning of the end of Canadians’

Middle East

Let war be the road to peace in the Middle ...

Oct 30, 2014

Summary There has been a bloody war in the Middle East since 1947, and obtuse Western policy bears a large measure of responsibility for keeping

F-35

What if the F-35 is the right plane, at the...

Oct 30, 2014

As the matter of Canada acquiring the F-35 fighter has become an election campaign issue, we are reproducing below a five-part series which first appeared

Glyn Berry

One who never came home: The death of Canad...

Oct 01, 2014

Introduction Part One: A death in the afternoon Part Two: The right man for the job Part Three: The consummate professional In March 2014, the last of Canada’s

Canadian Veterans

Policy Memo: Canada’s social contract...

Oct 01, 2014

POLICY MEMO CANADA’S SOCIAL CONTRACT WITH ITS AFGHANISTAN WAR VETERANS ISSUE To ensure observance of the social contract between the people of Canada and their

Veterans

Canada’s veterans are at war again, this ...

Jul 30, 2014

Canadians are used to thinking of their veterans as senior citizens, some in wheelchairs, others marching unsteadily in their regimental caps and medals on Remembrance