Policy Perspectives

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Policy Perspectives are a middle ground between research intensive Policy Papers and brief but topical op-eds and commentary. Similar to Policy Papers, Policy Perspectives are subject to rigorous review to ensure high quality research and analysis, however, to ensure timely distribution they do not undergo a double-blind review. They are produced by our fellows, staff and other subject matter experts and cover a wide range of topics, reflective of the Institute’s breadth of expertise.


2018 Policy Perspectives

A Basic Primer on Naval Shipbuilding
by Ian Mack

A Canadian Primer to the NATO Summit in Brussels July 11-12, 2018
by Colin Robertson

A Global Arctic? Chinese Aspirations in the North
by Petra Dolata

A Primer to the G7 Summit in Charlevoix June 8-9, 2018
by Colin Robertson

A Small Step Forward in Brexit Talks
by Denis Clark

Ambazonia: Justin Trudeau’s Biafra?
by Chris W. J. Roberts

An Austrian Wedding and Bilat in Berlin: Implications for Russia-Ukraine Conflict
by Andrew Rasiulis

Arctic Sovereignty: Preoccupation vs. Homeland Governance and Defence
by Andrea Charron and James Fergusson

Avoiding Rudeness in Vienna: The Options for Canada Engaging Austria’s New Coalition Government
by Roger Hilton

Beware of the Dragon: The Challenges of China’s Assertive Posture
by Matthew Fisher

Canada and the Shifting International Energy Order: Superpower, Climate Leader or Land of Myth?
by Michael Cleland

Canada Can’t: Our National Infrastructure Challenge
by Kelly J. Ogle

Canada’s Fashion Diplomacy Malfunction: When Trudeau Travels Abroad
by Matthew Fisher

Canada’s Mission to Mali: To What End?
by Matthew Fisher

Canada’s NATO Mission: Realism and Recalibration
by Hugh Segal

Canada’s Sovereignty: The Threats of a New Era
by David J. Bercuson

Communications and the Integrity of Elections
by Heidi Tworek

Defence Business Planning in Canada
by Ross Fetterly

Following the Funding in Strong, Secure, Engaged
by David Perry

Hedging Our Bet: A Diversification Strategy for Canadian Trade
by Brian Kingston

Implementing Strong, Secure, Engaged: The Challenges Ahead
by Ross Fetterly

Le Difficile Retour des Casques Bleus Canadiens
by Jocelyn Coulon

Mediating an Impasse: The Way Forward in Ukraine
by David Carment, Milana Nikolko and Dani Belo

Military Training and Co-operation: Diplomatic Instrument and Combat Force Multiplier
by Andrew Rasiulis

Modernizing the Military Personnel System: Lessons from the Force of the Future
by Lindsay Rodman

NAFTA: A Primer for the Montreal Round
by Colin Robertson

Operationalizing Strong, Secure, Engaged: The Child Soldier Dimension
by Lindsay Coombs

People, Partisanship and Political Games: The Defence File
by Alan Stephenson

Protecting Canadian Arctic Sovereignty from Donald Trump
by Rob Huebert

Reinforcing Transatlantic Bridges in Warsaw: The NATO Parliamentary Assembly’s Spring Session
by Roger Hilton

Rights of Passage: It’s Time the U.S. Recognizes Canada’s Arctic Claim
by Robert Hage

Strong, Secure, Engaged in a Threatened Space Domain
by Charity Weeden

Strong, Secure, Engaged So Far
by David Perry

The Context of Canadian Defence Policy
David J. Bercuson

The Importance of People in Defence
by Ross Fetterly

The Past, Present and Future of Academic Engagement with the Canadian Armed Forces
by Stephen M. Saideman

The Train Long Departed: Canada and Ballistic Missile Defence
by David Higgins

U.S. Foreign Policy and Fragile States
by David Carment, Mark Haichin and Yiagadeesen Samy

Ukraine’s Grey-Zone Conflict: What Lies Ahead?
by David Carment, Milana Nikolko, and Dani Belo

Unarmed Warships: What are the AOPS for?
by Adam Lajeunesse

Unwanted Immigration: Has the Concept of State Sovereignty Become Obsolete?
by Vanja Petricevic

Use It or Lose It: SSE and DND’s Chronic Underspending Problem
by Eugene Lang

Violence on the Horizon: Violence and Conflict 2018-2019
by David Carment and James Floch

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On today's Global Exchange Podcast, CGAI Vice President Colin Robertson sits down with CGAI Fellow Sarah Goldfeder and CGAI Advisory Council Member Laura Dawson to discuss last week's midterm election in the United States. Join Colin, Laura, and Sarah as they debate the implications of the 2018 U.S. midterm on the agenda of Donald Trump, the effect a Democratic House of Representatives will have on Canada, as well as what the election means for bilateral relations moving forward.



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