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CDA Institute Analysis is a series of short policy briefs that explore topical security and defence issues of interest to Canadians. Views expressed here are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect those of the CDA Institute.

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Beyond the Movies: The Value Proposition of Canada’s Special Operations Forces | Backgrounder

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The Liberal Government of Justin Trudeau and Canadian Defence Policy | Backgrounder

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Standing On Guard? A Benchmark Comparison of Canada’s National Security Architecture | Backgrounder

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A Legacy Decision – The Long-​Term Strategic Rationale for the F-​35 | Backgrounder

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Canadian National Strategy and the Role of Executive Education | Backgrounder

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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Take a Long-​Term View of National Defence – Part 2: Advice for Members of Canada’s 42nd Parliament | Backgrounder

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

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

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

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