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Next Issue of CNR Now Available

The next issue of CNR is now available. Here is a preview of what you’ll see in the summer issue. It contains the winning essay from our annual essay competition sponsored by the CNMT.


Vimy Paper

Vimy Paper 32: Fleet-Replacement and the 'Build at Home' Premium: Is It Too Expensive to Build Warships in Canada?


Special Issue of Canadian Naval Review

A look at the 2016 Canadian Defence Policy Review


CFPS fellows participate in GAC IAR event

CFPS fellows Shelly Whitman, Brian Tomlinson, and John Cameron, and CFPS Deputy Director Andrea Lane, participated in Global Affairs Canada’s International Assistance Review consultation forum on June 11.


How We Should Measure the Impact of War on Children

Shelly Whitman, Executive Director of Roméo Dallaire Child Soldiers Initiative, writes new article for The Huffington Post.


CFPS fellows participate in DND policy review event

CFPS Director Brian Bow, Senior Fellow Denis Stairs, and Doctoral Fellow David Beitelman are scheduled to participate in Department of National Defence’s Defence Policy Review roundtable in Halifax on June 28.


Fortress Canada: How much of a military do we really need?

CFPS fellow David McDonough, with co-author Tony Battista, wrote a piece for iPolitics on the 2016 Defence Review.


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Canadian Naval Review

The Centre is in its 11th year of publishing Canadian Naval Review - a professional journal examining a wide range of maritime security issues from a Canadian perspective.

What was discussed in CNR in 2014? CNR Editor Dr. Ann Griffiths lays out the themes of the past year for the British Naval Review.

Visit the site to subscribe to the journal, read past contributions and see what some of our Fellows are writing about in the Broadsides discussion forum.


The Roméo Dallaire Child Soldiers Initiative

Founded by retired lieutenant-general and celebrated humanitarian Roméo Dallaire, we are a global partnership committed to ending the use and recruitment of child soldiers worldwide, through ground-breaking research, advocacy, and security-sector training.

The Initiative is housed at the Centre for Foreign Policy Studies at Dalhousie University.