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Centre for International and Defence Policy

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PARTNERS 

The Centre for International and Defence Policy is proud to work with a number of other organizations that have a shared interest in researching and disseminating knowledge about foreign and defence policy.

 

OUR KCIS PARTNERS

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The Canadian Army Command and Staff College (CACSC), formerly the Canadian Land Force Command and Staff College, is a school for officers of the Canadian Forces, specializing in staff and army operations courses. It is located at Fort Frontenac, in Kingston, Ontario, Canada.

 

The college is also the army's formation operations centre of excellence and is responsible for preparing headquarters for domestic and international deployments.

 

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The Strategic Studies Institute is the U.S. Army's institute for geostrategic and national security research and analysis. The SSI conducts strategic research and analysis to support the U.S. Army War College curricula, provides direct analysis for Army and Department of Defense leadership, and serves as a bridge to the wider strategic community. Its Academic Engagement Program creates and sustains partnerships with the global strategic community. In addition to its organic resources, SSI has a web of partnerships with strategic analysts around the world, including the foremost thinkers in the field of security and military strategy.

 

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The Canadian Defence Academy (CDA) was created in 2002 to act as the institutional champion of Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) professional development.  In this capacity, CDA has played a leadership role in the design and development of a vigorous professional development programme to better prepare our officers and non-commissioned members (NCM) for the evolving complexity and ambiguity of our security environment into the future.

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The  Royal Military College of Canada was established by an act of the Canadian Parliament in 1874 "for the purpose of providing a complete education in all branches of military tactics, fortification, engineering, and general scientific knowledge in subjects connected with and necessary to thorough knowledge of the military profession," and opened its doors to the first class of cadets on 1 June 1876. RMC now offers a wide variety of programmes in these three areas, at both the undergraduate and graduate levels offered both on site through traditional studies and by distance learning. The graduates of RMC have established a reputation of service and achievement throughout the world out of all proportion to their numbers. From the North West Campaign of 1885, through the South African War, the First and Second World Wars, Korea, the Persian Gulf, to the latest peacekeeping operations the graduates of RMC have distinguished themselves in all aspects of Canadian military service and civilian professions.

 

 

OUR OTHER PARTNERS

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The Centre interuniversitaire de recherche sur les relations internationales du Canada et du Québec (CIRRICQ) was created in 2012. It brings together professors, post-doctoral researchers and students and other partners who study the international policies of Canada and Québec. Based at l’École nationale d’administration publique (ENAP), the mandate of CIRRICQ is to create and reinforce synergies between researchers and partners at different institutions on projects of common interest.

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The National Conversation on Asia is a broad and inclusive initiative of the Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada to get Canadians thinking and talking about what Asia means to Canada. It is supported by Asia-engaged individuals, companies and organizations across Canada. It seeks to encourage Canadians to develop the skills and knowledge to be competitive in a more Asia-centred world, and to help Canadians develop initiatives and innovative policy responses to secure our future.

 


cimvhr_logo.png The Canadian Institute for Military and Veteran Health Research is an innovative organization that engages existing academic research resources and facilitates the development of new research, research capacity and effective knowledge exchange. With a network of academic researchers from across Canada, it serves as a focal point for more than 25 Canadian universities working together to address the health research requirements of the military, veterans and their families .

 

 

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Tel: (1) 613.533.2381
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