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Vol. 9, No. 3

Strong and Free

Canadian Tribal Destroyers In Action

Painting by Tony Law
CWM 10248

ISSN 1492-0786

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Editor’s Corner


Canadian Forces Transition

Hellyer’s Ghosts: Unification of the Canadian Forces is 40 Years Old – Part Two

by Daniel Gosselin

Personnel Issues

Diversity Best Practices in Military Organizations in Canada, Australia, the United Kingdom, and the United States

by Grazia Scoppio

Up From the Ashes: The Re-Professionalization of the Canadian Forces after the Somalia Affair

by David J. Bercuson

Military Intelligence

Crucible of Success: Cultural Intelligence and the Modern Battlespace

by Emily Spencer and Tony Balasevicius

Military Justice

First Principles and Last Resorts: Complications of Civilian Influences on the Military Justice System

by Mike Madden

Current Operations

The Strategic Advisory Team in Afghanistan – Part of the Canadian Comprehensive Approach to Stability Operations

by Michel-Henri St-Louis

Military History

Use of Force by UN Peacekeepers: Application of the Medak Agreement in September 1993

by Kathia Légaré and Lisa Tanguay

Leadership at the Operational Level: Canadian Doctrine and a Soviet Case Study

by Hugues Canuel

Views and Opinions

Should NATO Seek Further Expansion?

by John N. Carey

Instructions Not Included – Thoughts on Building a Canadian Special Operations Aviation (SOA) Capability

by Jim Dorschner


by Martin Shadwick

Book Reviews

Fire and Fury – The Allied Bombing of Germany 1942-45

Canada In Norad 1957-2007: A History

Churchill’s Crusade: The British Invasion of Russia 1918-1920

Learning To Eat Soup With A Knife: Counterinsurgency Lessons From Malaya And Vietnam

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