TABLE OF CONTENTS 2004 issue 3

BY BERNARD BOT

To safeguard international peace and security, the multilateral system will have to find an effective response. Whatever their difference, the United States and Europe should maintain a united front in the face of tomorrow's challenges.

BY GEORGE KEARNEY

The Government of Canada announces a National Security Policy (NSP) for Canada entitled Securing an Open Society: Canada’s National Security Policy.

BY RICH GIMBLETT

It has been the fullest two years of Canadian naval activity since the end of the Korean War, and the lessons are legion.

BY ROBERT DAY

Are We Ready for 4th generation Warfare?

BY JACQUES SIMARD

Examining the suitability of using the CP-140A Arcturus as a SAR replacement for the C-130E Hercules.

“warts and all” coverage?
BY CHRIS WATTIE

In a far corner of sprawling Camp Julien, a group of eight reporters set up shot - the first journalists to be formally "embedded" with a Canadian Forces unit in the field. Members of the 3rd Battalion, Royal Canadian Regiment battlegroup in Kabul were on the sharp end of a quiet public relations offensive by the Canadian Forces.

BY JOHN MORRISON

Social devastation occurred in the local economy as a result of massive job losses and social and individual psychological consequences occurred due to decisions to expand the company into ares that were arguable outside of its core competencies. It raises the question of what is leadership in the construct of making tough decisions such as those faced by this CEO.

BY ALAN BREAKSPEAR

The war on terror has brought with it a new awareness of the business of intelligence.

Canada’s 24 Hours of Destiny
BY JAMES COX

NSP - Time to get serious!

The C-27J SPARTAN
BY PETER PIGOTT

Lockheed Martin and Alenia conceived an updated variant of the G222.

The Media and the CF
BY SUNIL RAM

Given the troubled times we live in, with a war with Iraq raging, nuclear threats from North Korea, and terrorists behind every corner, it is imperative that there be open dialogue between the military and the media in Canada.

Transforming Defence
BY INGAR MOEN

The Defence R&D Canada Tiger Team Analysis of Transformation Implications tackled this challenge in its technical report, Transformation Concepts and Technologies.

BY JAMES COX

What happened to the National Security Policy (NSP) during the federal election campaign?