Les Analyses de l’Institut de la CAD

Les Analyses de l’Institut de la CAD est une serie de rapports qui explorent des questions de sécurité et de défense pertinents au Canadiens. Les opinions exprimées sont celles des auteurs, et ne reflètent pas nécessairement les opinions de l’Institut de la CAD.

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L’analyse de l’Institut de la CAD (July 2017)

Canada’s New Defence Policy: A Huge Step in the Right Direction (http: //cdainstitute.ca/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/KilfordAnalysisFinal.pdf)

 

L’analyse de l’Institut de la CAD (July 2017)

Canada’s New Defence Policy: The Short Version (http: //cdainstitute.ca/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/CDA-Institute-Analysis-vonHlatkyNossal-July-2017FINAL.pdf)

 

L’analyse de l’Institut de la CAD (July 2017)

The Defence of Canada and North America: A Review of the New Canadian Defence Policy « Strong, Secure, and Engaged »  (http:  //cdainstitute.ca/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/CDA-Institute-Analysis-Charron-July-2017.pdf

 

L’analyse de l’Institut de la CAD (June 2017)

 How Does Canada’s New Defence Policy Measure Up?    (http:  //cdainstitute.ca/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/CDA-  Institute-Analysis-Davies-June-2017-2.pdf)

 

L’analyse de l’Institut de la CAD (December 2016)


Beyond the Movies: The Value Proposition of Canada’s Special Operations Forces  (http:  //cdainstitute.ca/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/Leuprecht_Breede_Analysis_December2016.pdf)

 

L’analyse de l’Institut de la CAD (November 2016)


Standing On Guard? A Benchmark Comparison of Canada’s National Security Architecture (http: //cdainstitute.ca/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/Davies_Analysis_November_2016.pdf)

 

L’analyse de l’Institut de la CAD (November 2016)

The Liberal Government of Justin Trudeau and Canadian Defence Policy (http:  //cdainstitute.ca/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/Richter_Analysis_November_2016.pdf)

 

L’analyse de l’Institut de la CAD (July 2016)

Canadian National Strategy and the Role of Executive Education (http: //cdainstitute.ca/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/Last_Analysis_July_2016.pdf)

 

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L’analyse de l’Institut de la CAD (June 2016)

Senate Standing Committee on National Security and Defence: Written Statements and Testimony on the DPR (http: //cdainstitute.ca/wp-content/uploads/Analysis/Senate_Testimony_Analysis_June_2016.pdf)

 

Senate Standing Committee on National Security and Defence: Written Statements and Testimony on the DPR

Ottawa, 23 June 2016 – On 20 June 2016, the Conference of Defence Associations and the CDA Institute were invited to send expert witnesses to address the Senate Standing Committee on National Security and Defence on the issue of the Defence Policy Review, with particular reference to peace support operations. In this CDA Institute Analysis, we are pleased to publish three written statements submitted to the Senate Standing Committee, alongside a transcript of remarks by one of the witnesses.

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L’analyse de l’Institut de la CAD (June 2016)

Trudeau’s Promises: From Coalition Operations to Peacekeeping and Beyond (http: //cdainstitute.ca/wp-content/uploads/Analysis/Hlatky_Analysis_June_2016.pdf)

 

Trudeau’s Promises: From Coalition Operations to Peacekeeping and Beyond

Ottawa, 2 June 2016 – The CDA Institute is pleased to release a CDA Institute Analysis offering input on Canadian defence policy. This Analysis explores key considerations that should help guide the deployment of the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF), especially in light of the CAF’s high operational tempo, stagnant defence budget, and the government’s promise to refocus on peace support operations. It is written by Stéfanie von Hlatky, an assistant professor of political studies at Queen’s University and Director of the Queen’s Centre for International and Defence Policy (CIDP). The views expressed are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect those of the CDA Institute.

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L’analyse de l’Institut de la CAD (May 2016)

The Canadian Armed Forces and the Arctic: Maintaining a Suitable and Sustainable Role (http: //cdainstitute.ca/wp-content/uploads/Analysis/MacDonald_Analysis_May_2016.pdf)

 

The Canadian Armed Forces and the Arctic: Maintaining a Suitable and Sustainable Role

Ottawa, 25 May 2016 – The CDA Institute is pleased to release a CDA Institute Analysis offering input on Canadian defence policy. This Analysis looks at military requirements for Canada in the Arctic, concluding that the capabilities need to be suitable for the security environment and financially sustainable given other defence commitments. It is written by Adam MacDonald, a Halifax-based analyst who specializes in Arctic and East Asian security. The views expressed are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect those of the CDA Institute.

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L’analyse de l’Institut de la CAD (May 2016)

CDA & CDA Institute Special Event – Defence Policy Review: Opening Remarks and Written Statements (http: //cdainstitute.ca/wp-content/uploads/Analysis/DPR_Event_Analysis_May_2016.pdf)

 

CDA & CDA Institute Special Event – Defence Policy Review: Opening Remarks and Written Statements

Ottawa, 19 May 2016 – The Conference of Defence Associations (CDA) and the CDA Institute hosted a Defence Policy Review special event on May 11, 2016 where two of the four members of the Minister of National Defence advisory panel, General Ray Henault (retired) and Margaret Purdy, participated in a modified town hall session.

This event was moderated by Lieutenant General George MacDonald (retired) and gave members of the CDA and the CDA Institute as well as the security and defence constituency the opportunity to share their strategic perspective on key DPR issues. Opening remarks and written statements presented to the MND advisory panel members were published as a CDA Institute Analysis.

The CDA and CDA Institute membership wishes to thank General Ray Henault (retired) and Ms. Purdy for their participation.

 

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L’analyse de l’Institut de la CAD (May 2016)

National Security and Government Responsibility: Towards a Comprehensive National Security Strategy (http: //cdainstitute.ca/wp-content/uploads/Analysis/Macnamara_Analysis_May_2016.pdf)

 

National Security and Government Responsibility: Towards a Comprehensive National Security Strategy

Ottawa, 11 May 2016 – The CDA Institute is pleased to release a CDA Institute Analysis offering input on Canadian defence policy. This Analysis looks at Canada’s national interests and the need to develop a comprehensive national security strategy – one that would integrate various policies to encompass a « whole of government » approach to national security. It is written by Don Macnamara, CDA Institute Council of Advisers.

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L’analyse de l’Institut de la CAD (April 2016)

A Defence Review? Not Really Necessary: But if Canada necessarily must, here are some things to keep in mind and to avoid (http: //cdainstitute.ca/wp-content/uploads/Analysis/Sokolsky_Jockel_Analysis_April_2016.pdf)

A Defence Review? Not Really Necessary: But if Canada necessarily must, here are some things to keep in mind and to avoid

Ottawa, 21 April 2016 – The CDA Institute is pleased to release a CDA Institute Analysis offering input on Canadian defence policy. This Analysis looks at what the Canadian government should keep in mind and what it should avoid as it proceeds with the defence policy review. It is written by Joel Sokolsky, professor of political science at the Royal Military College of Canada, and Joseph Jockel, Frank P. Piskor Professor of Canadian Studies at St. Lawrence University.

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L’analyse de l’Institut de la CAD (March 2016)

Canada’s Defence Policy Renewal: Broad Capabilities in an Allies and Partners Framework (http: //cdainstitute.ca/wp-content/uploads/Moens_Analysis_March_2016.pdf)

 

Canada’s Defence Policy Renewal: Broad Capabilities in an Allies and Partners Framework

Ottawa, 29 March 2016 – The CDA Institute is pleased to release a CDA Institute Analysis offering input on Canadian defence policy, in light of the government’s defence policy review process. This Analysis explores the benefits of Canada having a maximum range of modest defence capabilities and the need for an Allies and Partners Framework in pursuit of international peace and security. It is written by Dr. Alexander Moens, professor of political science at Simon Fraser University.

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L’analyse de l’Institut de la CAD (March 2016)

Charting the Course to a New Canadian Defence Policy: Insights from Other Nations (http: //cdainstitute.ca/wp-content/uploads/Davies_Analysis_March_2016.pdf)

 

Charting the Course to a New Canadian Defence Policy: Insights from Other Nations

Ottawa, 29 March 2016 – The CDA Institute is pleased to release a CDA Institute Analysis offering input on Canadian defence policy, in light of the government’s defence policy review process. This Analysis looks at the recent defence policy updates of key allies, and explores how Canada might best approach building a rational and comprehensive defence policy. It is written by CDA Institute Research Fellow Charles Davies.

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L’analyse de l’Institut de la CAD (November 2015)

Take a Long-Term View of National Defence – Part 2: Advice for Members of Canada’s 42nd Parliament (http: //cdainstitute.ca/wp-content/uploads/Davies_Analysis_Part2_November_2015.pdf)

 

Take a Long-Term View of National Defence – Part 2 – Backgrounder

Ottawa, 20 November 2015 – The CDA Institute is pleased to release a CDA Institute Analysis offering advice on defence issues to members of Canada’s 42nd Parliament. It is the follow-on paper to a CDA Institute Analysis published in September 2015, which had explored how political parties should approach defence and security policy in their election paltforms. This paper is written by CDA Institute Research Fellow Chuck Davies.

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L’analyse de l’Institut de la CAD (November 2015)

Procurement Challenges for the New Government: Assessing Liberal Defence Promises (http: //cdainstitute.ca/wp-content/uploads/Analysis/McDonough_Analysis_November_2015.pdf)

 

Procurement Challenges for the New Government: Assessing Liberal Defence Promises – Backgrounder

Ottawa, 20 November 2015 – The CDA Institute is pleased to release a CDA Institute Analysis exploring the short- and long-term defence challenges facing the new Liberal government, from capital shortfalls to naval recapitalization. It assesses the Liberal promises to fix these problems. The paper is written by David McDonough, Research Manager and Senior Editor at the CDA Institute.

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L’analyse de l’Institut de la CAD (October 2015)

Workshop – Climate Change, Security, and Defence: Welcome Remarks and Summary (http: //cdainstitute.ca/wp-content/uploads/Workshop_Analysis_October_2015.pdf)

 

Workshop – Climate Change, Security, and Defence: Welcome Remarks and Summary – Backgrounder

Ottawa, 9 October 2015 – The CDA Institute organized a special Workshop on « Climate Change, Security, and Defence » in Ottawa on 16 September 2015. In this CDA Institute Analysis, we are pleased to present the welcome remarks by Ferry de Kerckhove from the event, followed by a workshop summary written by CDA Institute Analyst Ariel Shapiro.

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L’analyse de l’Institut de la CAD (September 2015)

Take a Long-Term View of National Defence: Advice for Canada’s Political Parties (http: //cdainstitute.ca/wp-content/uploads/Davies_Analysis_September_2015.pdf)

 

Take a Long-Term View of National Defence: Advice for Canada’s Political Parties – Backgrounder

Ottawa, 24 September 2015 – The CDA Institute is pleased to release a CDA Institute Analysis policy brief that explores how Canada’s political parties should approach defence issues in their party election platforms and campaign commitments. This paper is written by CDA Institute Research Fellow Charles Davies.

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