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Contents Table of Contents Foreword Acknowledgements Abbreviations Introduction David S. McDonough Part One: A Framework for National Security 1: The Need for a Canadian Grand Strategy Charles F. Doran and David Pratt 2: Canada's National and International Security Interests Don Macnamara 3: The Balance of Freedoms: A Fresh Strategic Framework Hugh D. Segal Part Two: The Home Front 4: Defence Procurement and Industry Craig Stone 5: Homeland Security and Defence in the Post-9/11 Era Elinor Sloan 6: Continental Defence: "Like farmers whose lands have a common concession line" Joseph T. Jockel and Joel J. Sokolsky Part Three: Regions and Players of Interest 7: NATO and the EU: Canada's Security Interests in Europe and Beyond Alexander Moens 8: Shift to the Pacific: Canada's Security Interests and Maritime Strategy in East Asia Thomas Adams 9: South Asia: Growing Risks, Growing Importance and Canada's Evolving Role Douglas Goold Part Four: Expeditionary Missions and the Future of the CF 10: From Paardeberg to Panjwai: Canadian National Interests in Expeditionary Operations David J. Bercuson and J. L. Granatstein 11: Stabilization Operations in Afghanistan and in the Future: The Need for a Strategic Canadian Approach Ann M. Fitz-Gerald Part Five: Issues, Risks and Threats 12: Canada's Defence and Security Policies after 2011: Missions, Means and Money Douglas L. Bland and Brian MacDonald 13: WMD Proliferation, Missile Defence and Outer Space: A Canadian Perspective James Fergusson and David S. McDonough 14: Counter-Capability and Counter-Motivation: A Counterterrorism Strategy for Canada Alex S. Wilner Conclusion David S. McDonough
'Canada's National Security in the Post-9/11 World advances our understanding of the current environment within which Canada's "grand strategy" gets developed (or not, as the case may be). It is sure to contribute to the national debate on the major orientation of Canadian foreign and security policy.' -- David Haglund, Department of Political Studies, Queen's University 'This is by far the best collection that has been published on the issues surrounding Canada's national security. It is an outstanding volume of very important works that will define the field, and it will no doubt cause considerable discussion in Canadian security and defence circles.' -- Rob Huebert, Centre for Military and Strategic Studies and Department of Political Science, University of Calgary
David S. McDonough is a SSHRC post-doctoral fellow in the Department of Political Science (Balsillie School of International Affairs) at the University of Waterloo.