Centre for International and Defence Policy

Centre for International and Defence Policy
Centre for International and Defence Policy

Occasional Paper Series

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The Occasional Paper Series published by CIDP are article-length works intended to reach the policy community and the broader public with short analyses of contemporary trends and issues in international security, and Canadian foreign and defence policy.

Edition List

Series #
Title
Author/Editor
Year

68

Competing Narratives and Cold War Politics:
The Case of South Africa Before the UN Security Council 
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Neil O'Reilly

2014

67

Canada and International Democracy Assistance
What Direction for the Harper Government's Foreign Policy? 
Download PDF [295 kb] 

Gerald J. Schmitz

2013

66

"Don't Call Us"
Governments, Cyber Security, and Implications for the Private Sector 
Download PDF [210 kb] 

Tom Quiggin

2012

65

Canada and Turkey
Rethinking the Relationship 
Download PDF [203 kb] 

Louis A. Delvoie

2011

64

Israel's Settlements in the West Bank
Should the United States Care? 
Download PDF [285 kb] 

Colonel Tony J. Sarver

2010

63

Canada and Indonesia
A Perturbed Engagement 
Download PDF [186 kb] 

Louis A. Delvoie

2010

62

The Frozen Conflicts of the Wider Black Sea Region 
Download PDF [210 kb] 

Pierre Jolicoeur

2008

61

Reluctant Peacekeeper
Canada and the Multinational Force and Observers in the Sinai, 1972-1982 
Download PDF [233 kb] 

Sean M. Maloney

2008

60

Approaches to National Security
A Canadian-Australian Comparison 
Download PDF [195 kb] 

LCol Michael A. Rostek

2007

59

Canada and an Emerging India
Contending Economic and Security Agendas 
Download PDF [227 kb] 

Louis A. Delvoie

2006

58

Turkey in NATO
An Ambivalent Ally 
Download PDF [126 kb] 

Louis A. Delvoie

2005

 


 

The following editions are available from the Centre in copy format only.

Series #
Title
Author/Editor
Year

57

Canada and Egypt: Antagonism to Partnership

Louis A. Delvoie

1997

56

NATO Expansion: Two Perspectives

David G. Haglund

1997

55

Canada and India: A New Beginning

Louis A. Delvoie 1997

54

European Security: What's in it for Canada?

John G. J. Halstead

1997

53

The End of the Canada-US Defence Relationship J.T. Jockel and Joel J. Sokolsky 1996

52

The Caribbean in a New Strategic Environment Ivelaw L. Griffith  

51

Must NATO Fail? Theories, Myths, and Policy Dilemmas David G. Haglund  

50

The Islamization of Pakistan's Foreign Policy Louis A. Delvoie  

49

ECOWAS and the Democratic Imperative

Clement E. Adibe

 

48

No Compass, Just an Anchor: Canada and the Centre-Periphery Question David G. Haglund  

47

The Former Soviet Union in International Minerals Markets: The Resurrection of "Stragetic Minerals" Policy David G. Haglund and S. Neil MacFarlane  

46

France's Nuclear Neuralgia: Adjusting to the Post-Cold War World David G. Haglund  

45

Dandurand Revisited: Regional Instability and Canadian Defence Policy in the 1990s J.T. Jockel and Joel J. Sokolsky  

44

Who's Afraid of Franco-German Military Cooperation? David G. Haglund  

43

Non-Nuclear Air Independent Propulsion (NNAIP) Bernard Goulard  

42

Japanese Defence Industrialization A. Edgar and David G. Haglund  

41

Mobile ICBMs in the Context of START James Finan  

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