Understanding Canadian defence

by Desmond Morton

Publisher: Penguin Canada in Toronto, ON

Written in English
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Defence built on over half a century of developing links with US forces. Political advantages matched the military benefits. Ties to the Americans always worry Canadian nationalists and socialists but they avoid the French-English divide that grew dangerously during the long British relation-ship.

The discussion of our defence challenges in the 21st century reaches few conclusions. Morton closes by saying ”œif you have read this far, your understanding of some major Canadian defence issues has taken a big step forward. If the choices now look more complex than they did, welcome to reality.” The reader deserves more than this.

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This book examines culture, the "bedrock of military" effectiveness, from a theoretical and a practical point of view. In comparing Canadian and American military cultures, it concludes that while. The Department of National Defence (DND; French: Ministère de la Défense nationale) is a Canadian government department responsible for defending Canada's interests and values at home and abroad.

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For example, Fowler’s, a well-known British usage guide, lists defence as the preferred British English spelling. In fact, if you graph out defence vs. defense in British English book publications, you can see that it is used much more frequently. Defence is also more common in Australia and Canada than it is in American English.

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Regehr: Defence in the Absence of Military Threats Page 2 of 8 In other words, a key feature of the Canadian security context is the long-term consensus that there is no current or foreseeable direct military threat to Canada5 – and it stands to reason that the absence of imminent military threats would inform defence planning, just as the presence of such threats obviously.

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This week, I had the chance to participate in a meeting with two of the members of the Advisory Panel for the Canadian Defence Review: Margaret Purdy and Gen. (ret.) Ray Henault. (I am a big fan of Purdy as she keeps plugging my book!) The event was organized by the Conference of Defence Associations Institute (the defence contractors.

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In comparing Canadian and American military cultures, it concludes that while the culture of the Canadian Forces has been "Americanized" to a certain extent, the culture of the US armed forces, due to changes in their personnel and roles, has experienced a certain degree of.

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