Cmdre Jamie Clarke on “The Strategic Outlook and Threats to North America”


January 31, 2020

On today's Defence Deconstructed Podcast, we are broadcasting a recording of “The Strategic Outlook and Threats to North America” keynote by Commodore Jamie Clarke from our 29 Jan. 2019 Modernizing North American Defence conference.

Defence Deconstructed is part of the CGAI Podcast Network and today’s episode is brought to you by the Canadian Association of Defence and Security Industries (CADSI). This conference was made possible by the MINDS program from the Department of National Defence.

Participant Biographiess:

  • Dave Perry (host): Senior Analyst and Vice President with the Canadian Global Affairs Institute.
  • Cmdre Jamie Clarke: A third-generation member of Canada’s Armed Forces, is the Deputy Director of Strategy, Policy and Plans at NORAD and USNORTHCOM in Colorado Springs. He is a Naval Warfare Officer who has commanded submarines a frigate, and the Canadian Submarine Force. Commodore Clarke completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Western Ontario (Mathematics) and holds master’s degrees from the University of New Brunswick (Engineering) and the Royal Military College (Defence Studies). He is also a graduate of the Joint Command and Staff Program at the Canadian Forces College as well as the Naval Command College at the U.S. Naval War College in Newport Rhode Island.

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