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Vol. 10, No. 1

RMC Vol 10 No 1


HMCS Niobe at Daybreak 1914, by Peter Rindlisbacher, Department of National Defence SU2007-0281-05-A

ISSN 1492-0786

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Editor’s Corner


International Cooperation

Canada's Role in Russian Weapons Security and Disarmament: The G8 Global Partnership in Perspective

by Dinah Jansen

"First we hold our noses, then we seek justice." The Application of the Soft Approach in the Chapter VII Operations Conducted in the Democratic Republic of the Congo

by Larry Aitken

The Security and Prosperity Partnership: Will Canada gain security and prosperity at the expense of prosperity and will it ultimately lead to the militarization of Canada?

by Tracy Thibault

The Military Training and Assistance Program (MTAP): Merging Interests of Mongolia and Canada

by Jargalsaikhan Mendee

Military Strategy

The Rise and Demise of the “Three Block War”

by A. Walter Dorn and Michael Varey

Military History

Do we want “Buckets of Instant Sunshine”? ~ Canada and Nuclear Weapons 1945-1984

by Matthew Trudgen

The Leadership of S.V. Radley-Walters: The Normandy Campaign Part Two

by Craig Leslie Mantle and Lieutenant-Colonel Larry Zaporzan

Views and Opinions

A Response to John Carey’s Article on NATO Expansion

by Ben Lombardi

Canada’s Role in Promoting International Security through Arms Control and Disarmament: Capitalizing on a New ‘Climate of Change’

by Gordon Vachon

The Use and Abuse of Battle: Vimy Ridge and the Great War over the History of the First World War

by John R. Grodzinski


Recapitalizing the Forces

by Martin Shadwick

Book Review Essay

A Bevy of Books on the War of 1812…

by John R. Grodzinski

Book Reviews

The Science of Bombing ~ Operational Research in RAF Bomber Command by Randall T. Wakelam

Reviewed by Jim Barrett

The Security Dilemma: Fear, Cooperation and Trust in World Politics by Ken Booth and Nicholas J. Wheeler

Reviewed by Nicola P. Contessi

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