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Queen's University's Thomas Hughes explores the Art of War Games: Canada and the Political Effects of Military Exercises in CDA Institute's latest Vimy Paper.EXECUTIVE SUMMARYMilitary exercises can play a significant role in shaping the international...read more
By Nabil Bhatia A 2018 UN report suggests that up to 30,000 ISIS fighters remain in Iraq and Syria, including a “significant component of…active foreign fighters.” While it is unclear where exactly foreign terrorist fighters (FTFs) will travel following the complete...read more
New Executive Director Selected for the CDA Institute and CDA | Nouveau Directeur exécutif choisi pour l’Institute de la CAD et la CAD
The Executive Council of the Conference of Defence Associations (CDA) and the Board of Directors of the CDA Institute are pleased to announce that Dr. Youri Cormier has been selected as Executive Director of the CDA and the CDA Institute. He will take over from the...read more
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