CNR Next Issue

the lineup for the upcoming edition


Special Issue of Canadian Naval Review

In early April 2016, the government of Canada announced that it would conduct a Defence Policy Review to examine the issues and elements of defence policy in a world that has changed greatly since the last review in the 1990s. In February of this year, in anticipation of this announcement, […]

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New Issue of Canadian Naval Review

The spring issue of Canadian Naval Review (Volume 11, Number 1) will be out in the next few weeks. Once again we’ve got an exciting line-up of articles and commentaries. Here is a taste of what’s to come. Former Senator Hugh Segal has written the Editorial for this issue. There […]

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The latest issue of Canadian Naval Review

The next issue of Canadian Naval Review has arrived from the graphic designers! Once again we’ve got an exciting line-up of articles and commentaries. We are very pleased to welcome former Senator Hugh Segal to the Editorial Board, and he has written the Editorial for this issue. The issue also […]

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Preview of the Spring 2014 Issue of CNR

Here’s an excerpt from the next Editorial: “War and Economics: The Real Threat to the Canadian Navy.” The impact of two powerful events have placed the navy in a difficult position. Neither is maritime specific and neither originates in Canada but both combine to challenge the future of the Canadian […]

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The next issue of Canadian Naval Review is on its way!

The Winter 2014 (Vol. 9, No. 4) issue of CNR is at the graphic designers and will be printed in early February. We’re very excited to present our fourth theme issue – this time focusing on the Asia-Pacific region. We have interesting articles discussing the navies of Japan and India […]

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A look inside the next issue of Canadian Naval Review

The contents for the fall issue of Canadian Naval Review (Vol. 9, No. 3) have now been finalized. We’re pleased to start the fall issue with the winning essay of the 2013 Bruce S. Oland Essay Competition. An interview with the new Commander of the Royal Canadian Navy examines the […]

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A look inside the next issue of Canadian Naval Review

The next issue of Canadian Naval Review (Vol. 9, No. 2) will be available in early August. Editor Dr. Ann Griffiths has released the Table of Contents and it contains an array of articles on everything from migrant smuggling and protection against piracy to a celebration of naval aviation and […]

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