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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. With the release of the NATO Secretary General’s 2016 Annual Report it’s clear to see why the United States is generally fed-​up with most of its NATO allies who it accuses of spending far too little on defence. But the…
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Debalina Ghoshal is a Research Fellow with the Centre for Human Security Studies, Hyderabad, India. In February 2017, Jane’s revealed that Turkey’s state owned weapons manufacturing company, Roketsan, was developing long range Bora ballistic missiles. To all but the closest Turkey-​watcher, this seems odd given that Turkey currently possesses only short range ballistic missiles (SRBMs), such as the MGM140A Army Tactical Missiles (ATACMs) (range of 165kms), the J-​600T Yildirim I and…
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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 on 6 December 2016. In the short term there will undoubtedly be uncomfortable moments for Ukraine and for America’s other friends and allies around the world, stemming from Donald Trump’s offhand…
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CDA Institute Council Advisor Paul Manson had written an article on Canada’s Cold War veterans in the Globe and Mail in 2015. We are pleased to have permission from the author to respost the piece on our Blog: The Forum. The federal election campaign, coupled with recent compelling reporting in The Globe and Mail about Canada’s military veterans, has stimulated welcome – and much-​needed – discussion about our veterans and the ways…
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Blogueur pour l’Institut de la CAD, Michael Lambert, Directeur de recherché à Caucasus Initiative et doctorat en relations internationales à la Sorbonne (France) et à l’Université de Tampere (Finlande) partage ses réflexions sur la question de la reconnaissance du peuple abkhaze par l’OTAN. Le Sommet de l’OTAN qui s’est tenu à Varsovie a mis en avant la nécessité du renforcement de la présence militaire de l’Alliance en Pologne et dans les…
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