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Print Publications


Though our focus is shifting to online publications, the Centre maintains a print publishing program, and continues to sell print copies of past publications. Below is a list of print publications, organized alphabetically by author surname. At right are navigation tabs for another version of this list, organized thematically, and for ordering and shipping information.

Alphabetical (Author Last name)

Avis, Peter, Comparing National Security Approaches to Maritime Security in the Post-9/11 Era, Maritime Security Occasional Paper No. 14

Beitelman, David and Jean-François Bélanger (eds), Rise of the Rest: Opportunities and Implications

Bélanger, Jean-François and Beitelman David A. (eds.), Weapons of Mass Destruction and the New Strategic Environment, New Issues in Security No. 8

Cafferky, Shawn, Uncharted Waters: A History of the Canadian Helicopter-Carrying Destroyer

Charters, David and Walker, Graham F., After 9/11: Terrorism and Crime in a Globalised World

Davis, Gordon, The Contribution of Aviation to Canadian Maritime Security and the Requirements for the Future, Maritime Security Occasional Paper No. 6

Davis, Gordon, The Maritime Helicopter Project: The Requirement for a Capable, Multi-Purpose, Sea King Replacement, Maritime Security Occasional Paper No. 8

Doxey, Margaret, United Nations Sanctions: Trends and Problems

Edwards, Commander Robert H., The Future of Canada's Maritime Capabilities: The Issues, Challenges and Solutions in a New Security Environment, 18-20 June 2004, Conference Report

Edwards, Robert H. and Ann L. Griffiths  (eds), Intervention and Engagement: A Maritime Perspective

Gillis, J. Matthew, The Global Navy/Coast Guard Relationship: A Mandate-Based Typology

Gillis, Matthew, Canadian Maritime Security in an Era of Climate Change, New Issues in Security No. 6 

Griffiths, Ann L. (ed.), Global Perspectives on Oil and Security

Griffiths, Ann L. (Ed.), Is There Life Abroad After Afghanistan? The Future of Canadian Expeditionary Operations

Griffiths, Ann L. (ed.), The Canadian Forces and Interoperability: Panacea or Perdition?

Griffiths, Ann L. (ed.), The Canadian Navy and the New Security Agenda

Griffiths, Ann L. and Kenneth P. Hansen (eds), Marines: Is an Amphibious Capability Relevant for Canada?, Maritime Security Occasional Paper No. 15

Griffiths, Ann and Eric Lerhe (eds), Naval Gazing: The Canadian Navy Contemplates its Future

Guthrie, Jordan A., State-Society Relations in Uganda, New Issues in Security No. 3

Hansen, Kenneth P., Breaking the Box: The Increasing Demands of Non-Combat Roles on Maritime Forces

Haydon, Peter T. (ed.), Naval Confidence-Building in the Middle East, Maritime Security Occasional Paper No. 2

Haydon, Peter T., Navies in the Post-Cold War Era, Maritime Security Occasional Paper No. 5

Haydon, Peter T., Sea Power and Maritime Strategy in the 21st Century: A “Medium” Power Perspective, Maritime Security Occasional Paper No. 10

Hickey, Laurence M., The Canadian Navy and Domestic Maritime Enforcement

Higgins, Laura J., Canadian Naval Operations in the 1990s: Selected Case Studies, Maritime Security Occasional Paper No. 12

Hoque, Sabrina (ed.), Geopolitics vs. Global Governance: Reinterpreting International Security

Johnson, Heidi C., Illicit Money and Informal Avenues: Addressing International Hawala Channels, New Issues in Security No. 1

Johnson, Heidi C., Raids to Regulations: The Continuing Struggle to Disrupt Illicit Hawala Channels, New Issues in Security No. 7

LaRoche, Christopher D., Negotiating with the Hermit Kingdom: Approaches and Interests in the Korean Nuclear Dilemma, New Issues in Security No. 2

Lerhe, Eric, At What Cost Sovereignty? Canada-US Military Interoperability in the War on Terror

Maloney, Sean M., The Hindrance of Military Operations Ashore: Canadian Participation in Operation Sharp Guard, 1993-1996, Maritime Security Occasional Paper No. 7

McDonough, David S. (ed.), US Nuclear Strategy and the Implications for Global Security

Palliser, Stuart J., Salt Water Thieves: Policy Reforms to Address Somali Piracy, New Issues in Security No. 4

Peer, David (ed.), Closing the Gap, Maritime Security Occasional Paper No. 16

Plotz, Jason, The Navy and the Post-Modern State, Maritime Security Occasional Paper No. 9

Schnurr, Matthew and Larry Swatuk (eds), Critical Environmental Security: Rethinking the Links between Natural Resources and Political Violence, New Issues in Security No. 5 [online only]

Singh, Anita and David S. McDonough (eds), From Defence to Development: Resolving Threats to Global Security

Sokolsky, Joel J., Projecting Stability: NATO and Multilateral Naval Cooperation in the Post Cold War Era, Maritime Security Occasional Paper No. 4

Suarez, Carla (ed.), Security and Conflict: Evolving Theory and Practice

Thomas, Robert H., Multinational Naval Cooperation, Maritime Security Occasional Paper No. 3

Thomson, Susan M. and Wilson Zoe (eds), International Insights - Rwanda and the Great Lakes Region: Ten Years On From Genocide

Tracy, Nicholas, Canada’s Naval Strategy: Rooted in Experience, Maritime Security Occasional Paper No. 1

Tummers, Edward L. (ed.), Maritime Security in the Twenty-First Century, Maritime Security Occasional Paper No. 11

Walker, Graham F. (ed.), Independence in an Age of Empire: Assessing Unilateralism and Multilateralism

Walker, Graham F. (ed.), The Search for WMD: Non-Proliferation, Intelligence and Pre-emption in the New Security Environment

Williams, Richard, Weighing the Options: Case Studies in Naval Interoperability and Canadian Sovereignty, Maritime Security Occasional Paper No. 13

Wilner, Alexandre S. and Riley D. Hennessey (eds), Revolution or Evolution: Emerging Threats to Security in the 21st Century

Winkler, David F., Preventing Incidents at Sea: The History of the INCSEA Concept

Wood, Ian (ed.), Human Capital and the National Shipbuilding Procurement Strategy, Maritime Security Occasional Paper No. 18. Prepared by Tim Dunne.

Wood, Ian (ed.), National Shipbuilding Procurement Strategy: Charting the Course,
Maritime Security Occasional Paper No. 17. Prepared by Tim Dunne.