October 10, 2017
On today's "Global Exchange" Podcast, we continue our conversation on the topic of NATO, in light of the release of our recent NATO paper series at www.cgai.ca/nato_series. On this episode, Colin speaks with David Bercuson and Richard Cohen about the state of the Alliance, how we can rebuild transatlantic ties, and why NATO needs to increase its traditional war-fighting capacity.
- Colin Robertson (host): A former Canadian diplomat, Colin Robertson is Vice President of the Canadian Global Affairs Institute and a Senior Advisor to Dentons LLP.
- David Bercuson: Director of the Centre for Military and Strategic Studies at the University of Calgary. He is also the Director of Programs for the Canadian Global Affairs Institute.
- Richard Cohen: President of RSC Strategic Connections and served in the Canadian and British Armies. He was Professor of European Security Studies at the George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies and from 2007-2011, Senior Defence Advisor to the Minister of National Defence.
- “Closed for Repairs? Rebuilding the Transatlantic Bridge” by Richard Cohen (part of CGAI's NATO Series)
- “Would Canada turn to Russia for heavy icebreaking?” by David Bercuson (Frontline Defence)
- “Can Defence Policy create bi-partisan consensus?” by David Bercuson (Frontline Defence)
- “Fighter replacement reaching new depths” by David Bercuson (Frontline Defence)
- David Bercuson: “Charlie Foxtrot: Fixing Defence Procurement in Canada” by Kim Richard Nossal
- Richard Cohen: “The Night Manager” by John le Carré