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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.


2022 Policy Perspectives

A Little More Spending and an Unnecessary Defence Review
by Wesley Wark

Assessing Defence Resources for a More Dangerous World
by Ross Fetterly

Canada’s 21st Century Army: The Changing Context of Conventional War
by Denis Thompson

COVID-19 and Supply Chains: Incentivizing Resilience for Strategic Industries
by Amitendu Palit

Critical Minerals Supply Chains between Canada and the Indo-Pacific
by Donald S. Bubar and Zeeshan Syed

Geo-economics in a Multipolar World Rules of Engagement for the Small, Open Economy
by Dan Ciuriak

If Only Warships Grew on Trees: The Complexities of Off-the-Shelf Defence Procurement
by Timothy Choi and Jeffrey F. Collins

Investing in Supply Chain Resilience in the Indo-Pacifc
by Kazuto Suzuki

It’s Time for Canada to be Bold: The Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons
by Julie Clark

Reforming the Office of the Ombudsman: Establishing Meaningful Oversight of the Canadian Armed Forces
by Charlotte Duval-Lantoine

Securing European Energy Security with a Transatlantic Energy Security Partnership
by Joseph Calnan

Securing European Energy Security with a Transatlantic Energy Security Partnership
by Joseph Calnan

Strategic Miscalculations Regarding Ukraine and the Failure of the Rational-Actor Model
by John Gilmour

Supply Chain Resilience in the Indo-Pacific: Building Mutual Beneficial Dependency
by Stephen Nagy

Supply Chain Resilience Key to the Future of a Global and Local Automobile Market
by Sarah Goldfeder

The Crisis in Ukraine: Pushing Back on Russia’s Demands for Security Guarantees
by John Barrett

The Uses and Abuses of Deepfake Technology
by Abby MacDonald

What About Cyber-War? What We Have Seen and Not Seen in the Russo-Ukrainian War
by Abby MacDonald

What is Log4j and Why Did the Government of Canada Turn Everything Off?
by Alexander Rudolph

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