Publications are the most important and enduring way that the Centre contributes to public understanding of Canada's foreign and defence policies, and on issues of international peace and security.
Human Dimensions in Foreign Policy, Military Studies, and Security Studies Series
Books published in this series offer fresh perspectives on foreign affairs and global governance. Titles in the series illuminate critical issues of global security in the twenty-first century and emphasize the human dimensions of war such as the health and well-being of soldiers, the factors that influence operational effectiveness, the civil-military relations and decisions on the use of force, as well as the ethical, moral, and legal ramifications of ongoing conflicts and wars. Foreign policy is also analyzed both in terms of its impact of human rights and the role the public plays in shaping policy directions.