2017 Ottawa Conférence sur la sécurité et la défense
La prochaine Conférence sur la sécurité et la défense sera le 16 et 17 février 2017.
Analyse de l’Institut de la CAD (en coopération avec MLI)
« Beyond the Movies: The Value Proposition of Canada’s Special Operations Forces » par Christian Leuprecht et H. Christian Breede
ON TRACK
L’Édition d’hiver 2016/​17 d’ON TRACK est maintenant disponible
Analyse de l’Institut de la CAD
« The Liberal Government of Justin Trudeau and Canadian Defence Policy » par Andrew Richter
Analyse de l’Institut de la CAD
« Standing On Guard? A Benchmark Comparison of Canada’s National Security Architecture » par Charles Davies
Prix Vimy 2016
Le Prix Vimy de l’Institut de la CAD pour l’année 2016 a été présenté au M. James A. Boutilier le 4 novembre à Ottawa lors du dîner de gala du Prix Vimy au Musée canadien de la guerre.
Symposium annuel des étudiants diplômé 2016
La prochaine Symposium annuel des étudiants diplômés gagnants sera le 12 et 13 octobre 2017.

Blogue

West versus East: America’s Triumph to Trump
CDA Institute Security & Defence Blogger Adnan Qaiser, a political and defence analyst with a distinguished career in the armed forces and international diplomacy, examines challenges to President Donald Trump’s international ...
Trump's first week in power and what it means for Canada
Joe Varner, former Director of Policy for the Ministers of National Defence and Justice and iFellow of the Inter University Seminar on Armed Forces and Society, examines President Donald Trump's first week in power and what it might mean for Canada.&...
Chris Kilford: Ottawa likely rethinking budget cutbacks
CDA Institute Guest Contributor Chris Kilford, a Fellow at the Centre for International and Defence Policy at Queen's University, offers his analysis and insight into the complicated area of defence budgeting and allocation. Last December, the Chin...
What's New at the CDA Institute, 25 January, 2017
The CDA Institute is pleased to post relevant news, articles, and commentaries on security and defence related issues from the past week.  Message from the CEO, Tony Battista: This is a very busy time at the Conference of Defence Asso...
The Gathering Storm
CDA Institute Security & Defence Blogger David Law, a Senior Associate/​Fellow at the Security Governance Group/​Centre for Security Governance in Kitchener, analyzes the factors that are likely to drive the actions ...
Part 2 -- The Russo-American Big Energy Orgy: Bringing Big Energy Back
CDA Institute Security & Defence Blogger David Law, a Senior Associate/​Fellow at the Security Governance Group/​Centre for Security Governance in Kitchener, discusses what the global energy sector might look like in the nea...
Part 1 -- The Russo-American Big Energy Orgy: Big Energy against the Backdrop of the US Elections
CDA Institute Security & Defence Blogger David Law, a Senior Associate/​Fellow at the Security Governance Group/​Centre for Security Governance in Kitchener, offers his analysis on the increasingly-​complex relations...
Russia, Ukraine, and Donald Trump
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 ...
South Asia’s Nuclear Apartheid
CDA Institute Security & Defence Blogger Adnan Qaiser, a political and defence analyst with a distinguished career in the armed forces and international diplomacy, investigates the Indo-Pak nuclear conundrum related to the recent Nuclear Supplier...
What’s New at the CDA Institute, 29 November 2016
The CDA Institute is pleased to post relevant news, articles, and commentaries on security and defence related issues from the past week. Also look for additional material in our Security and Defence Briefings. ANNOUNCEMENTS Registration for the ...
Canada's Fighter Replacement: What will the Field Look Like in Five Years?
CDA Institute Research Fellow Charles Davies provides an overview of the potential fighter aircraft candidates in five years, when the government says it will select a permanent replacement for the CF-18s.  With the government's decision to acq...
The Super Hornet Proposal – Too Many Questions
General Paul Manson (Ret'd), a Council Advisor at the CDA Institute, wrote a piece on the Liberal plan for interim Super Hornets that has been submitted to the National Post. We are pleased to have his permission to post it on our Blog: The Forum. T...

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