Mark Collins – CDA Institute’s Magazine: Fall 2015 Edition of “ON TRACK”

Volume 20, No. 2 is here–the “Contents”:

  • “Editorial – A Defence Policy Based on National Interests” by Vice-Admiral Drew Robertson (Ret’d)
  • “Women as Professional Soldiers: Canadian Values on the Front Line” by Drs. Stéfanie von Hlatky and Christian Leuprecht
  • “Intelligence and Counter-Intelligence for Canadian National Security” by Dr. Jeremy Littlewood
  • “From Imperial Siblings to Strategic Cousins” by Dr. John Blaxland
  • “All Quiet on the Eastern Front? Assessing Canada’s Approach to China’s Rise” by David Beitelman
  • “NATO and Russia: From Ambivalence to Détente” by Dr. Alexander Moens
  • “The (Already) Forgotten Legacy of Canada’s Whole of Government Effort in Kandahar (2006-2012)” by Dr. Howard Coombs
  • “Contributing to the Legacy: Gertrude Kearns, The Art of Command, and the Developing Memory of the Afghan War” by Dr. Craig Leslie Mantle
  • “The Canadian-American ‘Special’ Defence Relationship: New Challenges and Demands” by Dr. Rob Huebert
  • “Three Questions: The Basis of a New Defence Policy Review” by Brigadier-General Dr. James Cox (Ret’d)
  • “Time for a New White Paper?” by Dr. James Fergusson
  • Book Reviews by Lindsay Coombs, Meaghan Hobman, and Adnan Qaiser

More here on the state of the Canadian Forces.

Mark Collins, a prolific Ottawa blogger, is a Fellow at the Canadian Global Affairs Institute; he tweets @Mark3Ds

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