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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 of the three key international actors — the Unites States, Russia, and China — over the coming years. Evoking Churchill’s “Gathering Storm”, he discusses possible scenarios, all of which would inevitably be felt across the globe. With Donald Trump now sworn in as the American…
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Dr. James Boutilier received the CDA Institute’s 2016 Vimy Award at the Vimy Award Gala Dinner on 4 November 2016. We are pleased to post his acceptance speech on our Blog: The Forum. The Right Honourable Beverly McLachlin, my and old and dear friend, General Jon Vance, Members of Parliament Karen McCrimmon and Jean Rioux, Senator Joe Day, The Honourable David Pratt, Former Chiefs of Defence Staff, Previous Vimy Award recipients,…
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CDA Institute guest contributor Dave Beitelman, a PhD candidate at Dalhousie University, comments on why Canada should take a stronger position on China’s claims in the South China Sea. This is Part 2 of a two-​part series. As part of its existing approach to the Asia-​Pacific, Canada has long been a key participant in the US-​led Rim of the Pacific (RIMPAC) exercises held biennially off the coast of Hawaii. Canada contributes…
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CDA Institute guest contributor Dave Beitelman, a PhD candidate at Dalhousie University, comments on why Canada should take a stronger position on China’s claims in the South China Sea. This is Part 1 of a two-​part series. It was just announced by Defence Minister Sajjan and Foreign Affairs Minister Dion that Canada will be contributing a battalion-​sized force as a key element of NATO’s enhanced Forward Presence in Eastern and Central…
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Vidya Sagar Reddy recently wrote an article on the US sensor network in the South China Sea with the Centre for International Maritime Security (CIMSEC). We are pleased to have permission from CIMSEC to repost the article on our Blog: The Forum, thanks to a content-​sharing arrangement between both organizations. During his recent visit to the Philippines, the United States Secretary of Defense promised delivery of a variety of sensors and communications…
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