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Located in the School of Policy Studies at Queen’s University, the Centre for International and Defence Policy was established in 1975 to provide a focal point for research, publication and education on Canadian foreign and defence policy and other aspects of international relations.
The Centre supports a range of activities in the field of security and defence; through the publications and other activities of its Fellows, it contributes to public debate on foreign and defence policy and on issues of international peace and security helps shape a distinctive Canadian view of the world, and of Canada’s role in global affairs. Discover more about the Centre.
Rt. Hon. Joe Clark
"HOW WE LEAD: Canada in a Century of Change"
Tuesday, 4 March 2014 7:00pm
Grant Hall, Queen's University,
University Street ALL WELCOME
PRESENTED IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE SCHOOL OF POLICY STUDIES
THE IDEA INDEX: Measuring and Comparing the State as an Idea
Major Christian Breede, Canadian Army Visiting Defence Fellow at CIDP, and Assistant Professor of Political Science, Royal Military College
Thursday, 6 March 2014 12:00-1:30 pm (Pizza lunch at noon)
Robert Sutherland Hall 202