Yearly archives: 2018

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Winter issue PREVIEW

Vol. 13, No. 4 (2018) Another issue of CNR is coming soon – once again including interesting and timely articles. The winter issue features an article suggesting a new model for the Naval Reserves to update their mandate and assist in recruiting and retaining members. There is also an article […]

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China and the Arctic

We’re very pleased to announce that one of the members of the CNR Editorial Board has just had a book published. China’s Arctic Ambitions and What They Mean for Canada  is one of the first in-depth studies of China’s increasing interest in the circumpolar North. It offers a holistic approach […]

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HA/DR from Canada, Part 2

[FAKE NEWS] Canada’s Two New Humanitarian Aid Ships Enter Service! Imagine that the Canadian government has just welcomed two humanitarian assistance/disaster relief ships to the Canadian fleet. MV Norman Bethune with her home port on Canada’s East Coast has been tasked with humanitarian aid to the Caribbean, Eastern Mexico, eastern […]

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Argument for Humanitarian Assistance/Disaster Relief Ships [Part 1]

The world’s climate is changing. Without embarking on arguments about who or what is to blame, the point is that there is a problem facing Earth. In 2016 there were around 1,900 meteorological, hydrological or climatological loss events – 130 of those were classified as severe or very severe. In […]

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