The Canadian Naval Review is published quarterly by the Centre for Foreign Policy Studies (CFPS) at Dalhousie University. It is a professional journal examining a wide range of maritime security issues from a Canadian perspective. It focuses on strategic concepts, policies, historical perspectives and operations of the Canadian Navy, plus oceans policy, marine affairs and national security in general. This initiative brings together members of the Canadian defence and academic communities and is a component of the CFPS’s Maritime Security Program.
The Canadian Naval Review has three primary objectives:
- provide a public forum for the discussion of the maritime dimensions of Canada’s national security;
- provide a public forum for the discussion of Canada’s naval and maritime policies; and
- provide a source for the public examination of Canadian naval and maritime history and for the development of lessons learned.
News and Events
- CFPS Spring 2013 Book Sale
- CFPS forthcoming publication, At What Cost Sovereignty? Canada-US Military Interoperability During the War on Terrorism, by Dr. Eric J. Lerhe
- Announcing the 7th Bruce S. Oland Essay Competition
- CFPS latest publication, Rise of the Rest: Opportunities and Implications, edited by David Beitelman and Jean-François Bélanger