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.

2019 Policy Perspectives

A Third NSS Shipyard
by Ian Mack

Bringing Chaos to Order: Donald Trump and his Band of National Security Advisors
by Eugene Lang

Complex Strategic Coercion and Russian Military Modernization
by Julian Lindley-French

Emerging Lessons from the National Shipbuilding Procurement Strategy
by Ian Mack

Funding Defence for the Age of Accelerations
by Ross Fetterly

Offensive Shifts, Offensive Policies: Cybersecurity Trends in the Government-Private Sector Relationship
by Tom Robertson and Simon Van Hoeve

Positioning Canada in a Messy World
by Colin Robertson

Positioning Canada in a Messy and Meaner World
by Colin Robertson

President López Obrador: His First 100 Days
by Francisco Suárez Dávila

Protecting Minority Rights to Undermine Russia’s Compatriots Strategy
by Dani Belo and David Carment

Quelle politique étrangère pour le Canada?
by Jocelyn Coulon

Rediscovering the Cost of Deterrence
by Andrea Charron and James Fergusson

Searching for a Middle-Power Role in a New World Order
by Eugene Lang

Strong, Secure, Engaged: A Two-Year Review
by David Perry

The Growing Cybersecurity Risk in Software Supply Chains
by Sam Cohen

The Middle East in 2019 Plus ça change...or worse
by Ferry de Kerckhove

The Sub-Optimal Effect of Decreasing Military Capability – A Canadian Study
by Ross Fetterly

The Terror Attacks in Sri Lanka: What Next?
by Tyler Schaffrick and David Carment

Trump and Kim: Round 2
by Marius Grinius

Ukrainian Elections 2019: Potential Implications for Relations with Russia
by Andrew Rasiulis


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


Priorities for the Next Government

October 24, 2019

Vancouver, British Columbia


Trump administration abandons Syrian Kurds: What impact does it have on Canada?

by Ryan Jesperson (feat. Michael Nesbitt), The Ryan Jesperson Show, 630 CHED, October 11, 2019


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