Book Review: Small Wars, Big Data

Book Review: Small Wars, Big Data

Small Wars, Big Data: The Information Revolution in Modern Conflict Eli Berman, Joseph H. Felter and Jacob N. Shapiro, Small Wars, Big Data: The Information Revolution in Modern Conflict. (Princeton University Press, Princeton, NJ, 2018) Reviewed by Charles Davies  ...

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Vimy Paper 39: To Trip a Bear

Vimy Paper 39: To Trip a Bear

In the latest CDA Institute Vimy Paper, Andris Banka of Çağ University explores Canada's role as lead nation in NATO's enhanced Forward Presence (eFP) battle-group in Latvia and the part deterrence plays in shoring up the security of the Baltic republics. ...

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International History and Canada Declassified

International History and Canada Declassified

Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada Postdoctoral Fellow, Dr. Matthew Wiseman discusses the world of Canadian international history and exciting new developments for those scholars and members of the public looking to access declassified...

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Another broken promise?

Another broken promise?

With the recent release of the Auditor General's report on Canada's Fighter Force, it is once again a timely moment to reflect on Canadian defence procurement. Retired senior RCAF officer and former NORAD deputy commander, Lieutenant General (Ret'd) Louis...

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Search and Rescue: A Moral or a Legal Duty?

Search and Rescue: A Moral or a Legal Duty?

*Photo credit: COMBAT CAMERA This is the third in a new series of blog entries exploring the work of emerging voices examining Canada’s armed forces and defence and security issues. In “Search and Rescue: A Moral or Legal Duty?” Major Jean Leroux of the...

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