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Policy Perspectives


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.

2020 Policy Perspectives

A Call for More Surgical Use of Existing Trade Laws
by Lawrence Herman

A War Plan to Fight the Pandemic
by Barbara Martin

Arms Control in Outer Space: Mission Impossible or Unrealized Potential?
by Paul Meyer

An In-Service Support Opportunity
by Ian Mack

Can the National Interest Be Served Through a Prisoner Exchange?
by Eugene Lang

Canada, Huawei, and 5G: Has the COVID-19 Pandemic Changed the Equation?
by Hugh Stephens

Canada’s Campaign for a Seat on the United Nations Security Council: The Historical Context
by Adam Chapnick

Canada’s Energy Security: Would Deglobalization Change the Game?
by John Stewart

Canadian Energy Security in an Age of Existential Threat
by Joseph Ingram

Complex Project Delivery Capability Matters
by Ian Mack

Could NATO Encourage WPS Uptake among its Members?
by Claire Wählen

COVID-19 and the National Security Transparency Commitment
by Wesley Wark

COVID-19, Culture, Science and Diplomacy: Implications for Harnessing the World’s Overlooked Statecraft Tools
by Daryl Copeland

Cowboy Diplomacy Meets Wolf Warrior Diplomacy: All Politics are Local
by Stephen Nagy and Hanh Nguyen

Energy Security Just Ain’t What It Used to Be
by Michael Cleland

A War Plan to Fight the Pandemic
by Barbara Martin

Don’t Graduate – Grandfather: Canada, Trade and the Least Developed Countries
by Fauzya Moore

Fortune Favours the Stable: The Future of Oil and Gas Supply
by Richard Norris

Handshakes or Arm Wrestling? The United States, Canada and Icebreakers in the Arctic
by Whitney Lackenbauer and Peter Kikkert

Health Intelligence, National Security and the COVID-19 Pandemic
by Wesley Wark

Lessons from COVID-19 for 5G and Internet Security
by Randolph Mank

Looking Ahead: Investment Disputes in a Post-Pandemic World
by Lawrence Herman

Pivoting Towards Neo-Middle-Power Diplomacy: Securing Agency in an Era of Great Power Rivalry
by Stephen Nagy

Planning for After the COVID-19 Pandemic
by Ross Fetterly

Post-COVID Canada Faces Challenges at Home and Abroad: Now is the Time to Act
by Andrew Caddell

President Macron on French Nuclear Deterrence
by Benjamin Hautecouverture

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau: A Foreign Policy Assessment 2015-2019
by Colin Robertson

Remise en cause fondamentale ou épisode passager: La fin des G-7 et G-20?
by Ferry de Kerckhove

RIP SSE: What the COVID-19 Pandemic Means for Defence Funding
by Eugene Lang

Security First in a Post-Pandemic World? Grey-Zone Conflict and Shifting Alliances
by David Carment and Dani Belo

The Canadian Armed Forces’ Response to COVID-19
by Denis Thompson

The G20 Today: Pandemic Disease, Climate Change, and the Need for a Rules-Based Order
by The Rt. Hon. Paul Martin

The Kingdom of Denmark: Battleground for Great Power Competition over Control of the Arctic Region
by Jan Top Christensen

The Normandy Negotiations Renewed: Divisions at Home and Opportunity Abroad
by David Carment and Dani Belo

The Pentagon’s Arctic Strategies Reveal the Benefit of a North American Approach
by Lindsay Rodman

The United States: Its Multilateral Challenges and China’s Threat
by Robert Hage

Use it or Lose it: Corporate Over-Planning in the Air Force
by Ross Fetterly

What Foreign Diplomats Need to Know about Canada: Personal Reflections
by Colin Robertson

What to Do About China: A Menu of Options
by Colin Robertson

What’s in a Soldier? How to Rebrand the Canadian Armed Forces
by Paxton Mayer

Will COVID-19 Shift the Huawei 5G Debate to Economic Security and Global Competitiveness?
by Amy Karam


2019 Policy Perspectives

2018 Policy Perspectives

2017 Policy Perspectives

2016 Policy Perspectives

2015 Policy Perspectives

2014 Policy Perspectives

2013 Policy Perspectives

2012 Policy Perspectives

2011 Policy Perspectives

2010 Policy Perspectives

2009 Policy Perspectives

2008 Policy Perspectives

2007 Policy Perspectives


South Korea promotes 'sports diplomacy' to engage Pyongyang

by Staff (feat. Stephen Nagy), Taiwan News, November 27, 2020

En Iran, un assassinat déstabilise le programme nucléaire

by Caroline Vinet (feat. Benjamin Hautcouverture), La Croix, November 27, 2020


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