Monthly Archives: August 2017

Arctic Security and the Canadian Defence Policy Statement of 2017

The Government’s long-awaited defence policy statement, which arrived last Spring, sensibly portrays Arctic security challenges as rooted largely in significant public safety challenges rather than in traditional, or primarily military, challenges to the defence of Canada. The Arctic operations of … Continue reading

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Canada, North Korea, and BMD: When defence leads to less security

Published in Hill Times 16 August 2017 Ballistic missile defence leads to less security An offence-defence arms race won’t make us any safer.   With both the rhetoric and North Korea’s nuclear capabilities escalating, the Canadian response invariably turns to debating the … Continue reading

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