Restoring Canada’s arms control and disarmament credentials

Cesar Jaramillo Armed Conflicts, Conventional Weapons, Emerging Technologies, Featured, Reports, Space Security

More than a year and a half after Canada’s unsuccessful run for a seat on the UN Security Council, shortcomings in Ottawa’s arms control and disarmament agenda remain prominent. As the international community continues to face multiple, overlapping security challenges at the start of 2022, the federal Cabinet installed last October has a fresh opportunity to take stock of Canada’s foreign policy priorities.

Tracing Canada’s military exports: Analyzing the 2017 report

Paul Esau Conventional Weapons, Featured, Reports

The release of Global Affair Canada’s (GAC) Report on the Export of Military Goods from Canada—2017 provided the most authoritative and comprehensive account of Canadian military exports on record.

Trading principles: How Canada’s pursuit of military exports has left a trail of secrecy and lax standards

Cesar Jaramillo Conventional Weapons

Briefing 15-1 Published February 5, 2015 Author Cesar Jaramillo On paper, Canada has “some of the strongest export controls in the world” (FATDC 2014). However, even if the provisions of Canada’s …