Mark Collins – Canadian Defence Review: CDA Institute Analyses

Further to this post,

“A letter to the New [Canadian] Minister of National Defence on the Defence Policy Review”

two pieces at the Conference of Defence Associations Institute (via e-mail):


Charting the Course towards a New Canadian Defence Policy: Insights from Other Nations

Ottawa, 29 March 2016 – The CDA Institute is pleased to release a CDA Institute Analysis offering input on Canadian defence policy, in light of the government’s defence policy review process. This Analysis looks at the recent defence policy updates of key allies, and explores how Canada might best approach building a rational and comprehensive defence policy. This Analysis is written by CDA Institute Research Fellow Charles Davies. The views expressed are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect those of the CDA Institute [see p. 9 PDF: “FIGURE 1: Defence Resources Comparison of Selected Countries (2015 Budgets)”]…

Canada’s Defence Policy Renewal: Broad Capabilities in an Allies and Partners Framework

Ottawa, 29 March 2016 – The CDA Institute is pleased to release a CDA Institute Analysis offering input on Canadian defence policy, in light of the government’s defence policy review process. This Analysis explores the benefits of Canada having a maximum range of modest defence capabilities and the need for an Allies and Partners Framework in pursuit of international peace and security. This Analysis is written by Dr. Alexander Moens, professor of political science at Simon Fraser University. The views expressed are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect those of the CDA Institute…

Related:

French and Australian Defence White Papers–Plus the RCN [2013]

UK Strategic Defence and Security Review: Trying to Stop the Incredible Shrinking [2015]

New Aussie Defence White Paper: The Two Percent Solution [2016]

Canadian Budget: F-35 After All? Surface Combatant Never Never Land

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

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