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Canada’s Civilian Cyber Warriors and the International Legal Implications of a “Strong, Secured, and Engaged” Cyber Policy
In the latest CDA Institute Vimy Paper, Leah West of the University of Toronto explores the legal implications of Canada adopting a more assertive posture in cyberspace. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The past two years have marked a turning point in Canada’s cyber...read more
WHERE IS THE 2018 ANNUAL REPORT OF THE NATIONAL SECURITY AND INTELLIGENCE COMMITTEE OF PARLIAMENTARIANS?
By Jim Cox In the best of times, Canadians are, if not naïve, then generally apathetic about national intelligence activity conducted on their behalf. Count many Members of Parliament among the disinterested and ignorant too (Senators tend to know much more in...read more
the forum Independent views on defence and security INF Treaty: A Cold War Relic Unsuited to Today’s Strategic Reality By Joe Varner Despite the hysteria from arms control advocates, the Trump Administration’s announced planned withdrawal from the 1987 Intermediate...read more
Kellen Kurschinski, Steve Marti, Alicia Robinet, Matt Symes, and Jonathan F. Vance, editors. The Great War: From Memory to History. Waterloo: Wilfred Laurier University Press, 2015. Pp. 427. Reviewed by Richard Roy This book is a collection of scholarly...read more