Past Issues 2010 to 2015

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  • Editorial: Fact and Fiction in Naval Procurement - Peter Haydon
  • Arctic Offshore Patrol Ships: Adrift in Inflationary Waters by Ryan Dean - Winner of the 2015 CNMT Essay Competition
  • A Failing Policy for Failed States: The EU and Maritime Migration out of Libya - Andrew Bergel and Michelle Legassicke
  • Reflections on Canada, the State, the Nation and the Navy - Marc Milner
  • Jericho Rescue: A Case for Community Collaboration - Christopher W. Stairs
  • The Sinking of Llandovery Castle - Daniel J. Demers
  • A Whole-of-Government Marine Response Capability is Critical - K. Joseph Spears
  • The RCN's Fuel Crisis - Ken Hansen
  • A Suggestion for Future Fleet Composition - Ian Kennett
  • A View from the West: Migration Policy Adrift in Southeast Asia - Nicole Hilborne
  • Dollars and Sense: The Defence Agenda for Canada's 42nd Parliament - Dave Perry
  • Warship Developments: Major Surface Combatants - Doug Thomas
  • Editorial: Time for Genuine Engagement - Hugh Segal
  • The Russian Federation Navy Post-2015: Implications for Western Navies - David Rudd
  • Changing with the Times: The Ecolution of Canada's CP-140 Aurora - Col Iain Huddleston
  • Future Canadian Submarine Capability: Some Considerations - Norman Jolin
  • Enhancing Maritime Law Enforcement in the Pacific - Stanley Byron Weeks
  • A Polar Ice Operation: What It Takes - Capt David (Duke) Snider
  • Better is the Enemy of Good Enough - Stephen Knowles
  • Submarines, Love Them or Hate Them - Peter T. Haydon
  • A View from the West: Indonesia at a Maritime Crossroads - Brent Witthoeft
  • Dollars and Sense: Improving Defence Procurement - Dave Perry
  • Warship Developments: Why Such Delays and Prognostication? - Doug Thomas
  • Editorial: Always the Bridesmaid, Never the Bride - Ann Griffiths
  • The Case for a More Combat-Capable Arctic Offshore Patrol Ship - Rob Huebert
  • NOPEC: A Game Worth Playing? - Andrew Bergel
  • Interoperability and the Future of the Royal Canadian Navy - Andrew Touensard
  • A Clash of Naval Strategies in the Asia-Pacific Region - Brian Wentzell
  • Most Capable Design or Most Qualified Team? - Janet Thorsteinson
  • AOPS and the NSPS: Wishful Sinking? - Danford W. Middlemiss
  • Collaborative Naval Procurement: Lessons from the ANZAC Frigate Build - Jeffrey Collins
  • A View from the West: Reefs of Discontent in the South China Sea - Brent Witthoeft
  • Dollars and Sense: Can DND Afford New Submarines? - Dave Perry
  • Warship Developments: Flexible Examples from Offshore - Doug Thomas
  • Human Capital and the National Shipbuilding Procurement Strategy - Cdr Ian Wood
  • Editorial: The Gathering Storm - Hugh Segal
  • Beyond Counter-Terrorism: The RCN and Canadian Interests in the Indian Ocean - Lt(N) Jonathan Douglas
  • Canadian Security and Safety in the Arctic: Probable Challenges, Practical Responsibilities - P. Whitney Lackenbauer
  • Mitigating Children's Involvement in Maritime Piracy - Carl Conradi
  • Reflections on Cruising in Southeast Asian Waters - Michael Young
  • Staying the Shipbuilding Course - Janet Thorsteinson
  • Preventing Incidents at Sea in the Pacific - David N. Griffiths
  • LCdr Robert Onions, An Unofficial Submariner in WWI - Patrick Onions L/S RCN VR
  • Are we Ignoring the Indian Ocean? - Maj (Retired) Roy Thomas
  • What will Putin do Next? - Ken Hansen
  • Dollars and Sense: CFDS(R): Renewing the Canada First Defence Strategy - Dave Perry
  • A View from the West: Responding to the New Anti-Ship Cruise Missile Threat - Daniel Baart
  • Warship Developments: New Royal Navy Aircraft Carriers - Doug Thomas
  • Editorial: War and Economics: The Real Threat to the Canadian Navy - Rob Huebert
  • Crewing Strategies for the Royal Canadian Navy's Future Ships - Cdr Ian D.H. Wood
  • The Ocean Tracking Network - Fred Whoriskey and Nikki Beauchamp
  • The Battle of the Indian Ocean 2039? - Maj (Retired) Roy Thomas
  • Navigating the NSPS: A Case for the JSS and Hybrid Coastal Vessels - Andrew Harmes
  • A National Strategy for Maritime Security of the Undersea Domain - Cdr David Finch
  • New Strategy Supports Canada`s New Fleet - Janet Thorsteinson
  • The Worst Procurement in the History of Canada? - John L. Orr
  • Three Lessons for China from Crimea - Ken Hansen
  • Commemorating and Interpreting WW1 at Dalhousie University - Colin Mitchell
  • Comment on the Word 'Officer' - Michael Prang
  • A View from the West: Illegal Fishing in West Africa: A Symptom of a Wider Problem - Jacquie Brower-Berkhoven
  • Dollars and Sense: The Impact of Budget 2014 - Dave Perry
  • Warship Developments: A Potpourri - Doug Thomas
  • Battle of the Atlantic Place - Ted Kelly
  • Editorial: Standing into Danger: Trouble in Asian Waters - James Boutilier
  • The Indian Navy: On a Collision Course with China? - Paul Pryce
  • Japan’s New Southern Strategy - Corey Wallace
  • Breaking News: Incidents at Sea did not End with the Cold War! - David F. Winkler
  • A Canadian Naval Turn to the Pacific? Beyond Rebalancing the Fleet - Adam P. MacDonald
  • From Good Beginnings - Janet Thorsteinson
  • Dealing with an Assertive China (by Learning the Lessons of Afghanistan) - Ambassador David Mulroney
  • Pacific Naval Operations - Ken Hansen
  • Sending Signals: Canada Needs to Get Serious about Asia-Pacific - David A. Beitelman
  • Boom and Bust: An Opportunity? - Timothy Choi
  • Dollars and Sense: The Pacific Pivot in Context - Dave Perry
  • Warship Developments: A Tale of Two Carriers - Doug Thomas
  • Editorial: Rebuilding the Navy: Challenges, Dangers and Opportunities - Rob Huebert
  • Winner of the 2013 Bruce S. Oland Essay Competition: The Ice Has Ears - Adam Lajeunesse and Bill Carruthers
  • Interview with Vice-Admiral Mark Norman - Dave Perry
  • Trying to Do Things Differently: Paul Hellyer's Quest for a Canadian Amphibious Capability - Peter Haydon
  • Escale à Cherbourg: The French Approach to Maritime Security - Cdr Hugues Canuel
  • Industrial Participation Planning - Janet Thorsteinson
  • Is It a Pacific Pivot or a Canadian Presence in the Pacific Rim? - Brian Wentzell
  • A Comment on Eric Lerhe’s Editorial - David B. Collins
  • Outsourcing Defence Procurement: A Choice between Scylla and Charybdis? - Sven Tommi Rebien
  • Protection of the Term ‘Officer’ - Jon Dziadyk
  • USCG Use of Game Theory for Maritime Security Operations - Lt Elizabeth Denicola, USCG, et al.
  • A View from the West: Japan’s Rebalance to Asia - Brett Witthoeft
  • Dollars and Sense: Naval In-Service Support - Dave Perry
  • Warship Developments: Missions Other Than War - Doug Thomas
  • Editorial: Time for a Canadian Pacific Pivot? - Eric Lerhe
  • Migrant Smuggling in Canadian Water - Darryl Anderson
  • Perseverance: Some Reflections on 50 Years of the Canadian Sea King - John Orr
  • Protection of Canadian Ships Against Piracy - Hugh Williamson
  • A Review of “That Sinking Feeling: Canada’s Submarine Program Springs a Leak” - Ken Hansen
  • Lessons from Canada's Corvettes - Janet Thorsteinson
  • The Orca Project: A Procurement Success - David Peer
  • Maritime Commerce Resilience - Dr. Allan Bartley and Capt Andrew Tucci
  • Keeping Faith - Colin Robertson
  • Learning About Amphibious Operations From Nelson - Ken Hansen
  • A View From the West: Small State Hydrocarbon Exploration in the South China Sea - Nicole Johnson
  • Dollars and Sense: What Constitutes 'Best Value'? - Dave Perry
  • Warship Developments: Afloat Logistics Suppert or Joint Support Ship? - Doug Thomas
  • Editorial: Maritime Technology - Peter Cairns
  • Realistic Time frames for Designing and Building Ships - Cdr David Peer
  • They Told Us It Couldn’t be Done, But We Didn’t Believe Them - Maj Dwight Bazinet & Capt - Kel Jeffries
  • Today’s Science for Tomorrow’s Navy - Mark Tunnicliffe
  • A Preliminary Analysis of the AOPS Design - Ken Hansen
  • Space-Based AIS: The Game Changer - George Guy Thomas
  • Reality of the Virtual World - Janet Thorsteinson
  • Learning Curves - Cdr David Peer
  • Surveillance of Canada’s Ocean Approaches: Possible and Important? - Calvin Mofford
  • A Tax payer’s View of Maritime Search and Rescue - Brian K. Wentzell
  • A View from the West: Political Dimensions of Military Technology - Brett Witthoeft
  • Dollars and Sense: How Much Technology Can the Navy Afford? - Dave Perry
  • Warship Developments: Technologies at Sea - Doug Thomas
  • Editorial: How do You Measure Success? - Ann Griffiths
  • 2nd Place Essay in the 2012 Oland Essay Competition Canada and the Arctic: The Case for Deeper Cooperation with Washington - Jean-François Bélanger
  • China’s Maritime Strategy: A Prolonged Period of Formulation - Adam P. MacDonald
  • Libya and the Lessons of Naval Power - Scott Bishop
  • The US Pacific Pivot and Implications for the Future of the RCN - David S. McDonough
  • The Costs of 21st Century Shipbuilding: Lessons For Canada from the Littoral Combat Ship Program - Timothy Choi
  • Modular Warships - Janet Thorsteinson
  • A Necessary Capability - Brian Wentzell
  • Criticism for the Sake of Criticism - Peter Haydon
  • The Reflection Project at HMCS Prevost - SLt David Lewis
  • A View from the West: The Role of Fishing Fleets in Maritime Boundary Disputes - Daniel Baart
  • Plain Talk: Up Ship Creek Without an Explanation - Sharon Hobson
  • Warship Developments: Update Snippets - Doug Thomas
  • The Last Flower: HMCS Sackville - Doug Thomas
  • Operation Active Endeavour
  • Editorial: The Navy after the Canadian First Defence Strategy - Dave Perry
  • Winner of the 2012 Bruce S. Oland Essay Competition: Piracy in a Modern World - Jeffrey Lucas
  • The Cuban Missile Crisis 50 Years Later - Peter Haydon
  • Canada’s Defence Research Ships: Part of a Balanced Navy? - Mark Tunnicliffe
  • The RCN Can Learn from Admiral Nelson’s Amphibious Defeats - Pat Bolen
  • Modern Piracy and Current Counter-Measures - Jared M. Ben-Caro
  • Development of China’s Polar Linkages - Dr. Huigen Yang
  • The Sparks of Innovation - Janet Thorsteinson
  • Hosaqami: A Totem Pole for Navies - William (Bill) Shead
  • Oil and Water: A Whole of Government Response - K. Joseph Spears
  • A View from the West: RIMPAC 2012 - Brett Witthoeft
  • Plain Talk: Frank and Earnest Go Missing - Sharon Hobson
  • Warship Developments: Soviet Aircraft Carriers Then and Now - Doug Thomas
  • Editorial: Out of Sight, Out of Mind - Ann Griffiths
  • Estimating the Cost of Naval Ships - Cdr David Peer
  • From the Shores of Nova Scotia to the Hindu Kush: A Sailor’s Experience in Kabul - Cdr Hugues Canuel
  • Collaboration in Space : The Silver Bullet for Global Maritime Awareness? - George (Guy) Thomas
  • National Shipbuilding: Where We Are and Where We’re Headed - Ken Bowering
  • Canada’s Asia-Pacific Energy Trade Prospects: A Maritime Perspective - Darryl Anderson and K. Joseph Spears
  • A Tale of Two Regions: Halifax And Vancouver and Shipbuilding - Janet Thorsteinson
  • 'Mind the Gap' - Larry Hickey
  • Government Cutbacks Threaten Shipbuilding Pro gram: RCN Threatens Itself - Ken Hansen
  • NSPS: A Blunder for the Ages? - LCdr (Ret’d) Ian Yeates
  • A View from the West: A Geostrategic Case for Canadian Submarines - Daniel Baart
  • Plain Talk: Design Flaw: The Long Path from NSPS to Ships - Sharon Hobson
  • Warship Developments: Life Extension Refits - Doug Thomas
  • Maritime Security Challenges 2012 Conference
  • Editorial: What is Maritime Security? - Peter Haydon
  • The Need, Costs and Benefits of a Canadian Naval Presence in the Arctic - Rob Huebert
  • Making a Difference in Arctic Naval Research: HMCS Cedarwood, 1948 to 1956 - Isabel Campbell
  • A Rock Group : Ships Fa ted for Failure, Stranded by a System - Angus McDonald
  • Penguins, Oil and Frigates: Viewing Falkland Island Politics from the Inside - Kirk Binns
  • Economic Benefits of National Shipbuilding - Janet Thorsteinson
  • Maritime Surveillance in the North - Laura Hoy
  • One Does Not Simply ‘Close’ the Strait of Hormuz - Timothy Choi
  • To Group or Not to Group? - Ken Hansen
  • Another Falklands War? - Poseidon
  • View from the West: The Escalation of Illegal Ashley Milburn Fishing in Asia - Ashley Milburn
  • Plain Talk: What Don’t We Know? - Sharon Hobson
  • Warship Developments: Australian Amphibious Capability - Doug Thomas
  • HMCS Sackville, 1944
  • Should Observer Participation in Arctic Ocean Governance Be Enhanced? - Aldo Chircop
  • 2nd Place Essay in Bruce S. Oland Essay Competition Deep Freezeror Warm Peace? Canada's Arctic Strategy in a Changing Regional Regime - Adam P. MacDonald
  • Meeting the Challenge of Oil Spill Mitigation in the Arctic - David Prior
  • Bridging the Gap: The Limitations of Pre-AOPS Operations in Arctic Waters - Cdr Paul Forget
  • The Cold War Frogmen of the Far North - Lt(N) Jason Delaney
  • The Navy’s Arctic Challenge - Martin Langford
  • Over the Top: The Navy and the North - Janet Thorsteinson
  • Iron and Ice: The Mary River Project - Joe Spears
  • The Arctic Search and Rescue Agreement: Is Canada Really Playing Ball? - Jean-François Bélanger
  • Commentary: Is Canada an Arctic Nation or a Maritime Nation? - Tim Lynch
  • The Risks of Shipping Disasters in the Arctic - Matthew Gillis
  • View From the West: The Interests of Non-regional User-states in Arctic Affairs - Daniel Baart
  • Plain Talk: Is A/OPS an Acceptable Compromise? - Sharon Hobson
  • Warship Developments: Ramping Up For the Arctic - Doug Thomas
  • The Halifax Marine Research Institute: Linking Research and Resources - Martha Crago
  • Winner of the 2011 Bruce S. Oland Essay Competition: In the Dreadnought’s Shadow - Sean Clark
  • No Passport Needed - Amitai Etzioni
  • Canada’s Post-Kandahar Military: Now What? - John Thompson
  • Comprehensive Undersea Domain Awareness: A Conceptual Model - LCdr David Finch
  • Canada-US Shiprider Operations: The Next Generation of Border Integrity - Anna Van Dusen and Tanya Miller
  • Littoral Linkage: Near-Shore Operations, Long-Term Impact - Janet Thorsteinson
  • The Cost of Absence: Canada and the Emerging Order at Sea - Kerry Lynn Nankivell
  • French Navy Industry Day - Stephen Knowles
  • A Reply to Amphion’s “Of Carts and Horses” - Brian K. Wentzell
  • Comment on Editorial in the Summer Issue - Fraser McKee
  • Plain Talk: A Royal Distraction? - Sharon Hobson
  • View from the West: An Arms Race in the South China Sea - Christian Bedford
  • Warship Developments: A Balanced Fleet for the 21st Century? - Doug Thomas
  • HMCS Sackville: Past and Present
  • Editorial: The Falklands War: Lessons Learned and Not Learned - Peter Haydon
  • Law Enforcement Detachments and The Canadian Navy: A New Counter-Drug Capability - Cdr Paul W. Forget
  • The Future Fight For Fish - LCdr Ray Snook
  • HCMS Onondaga Makes Its Last Voyage - Annemarie Bourassa
  • A Somali Solution to Somali Piracy - Dave Mugridge
  • Projecting Shipbuilding Success - Janet Thorsteinson
  • Of Carts and Horses - Janet Thorsteinson
  • Methinks They Doth Protest Too Much, My Canadian Lords of the Admiralty - David Mugridge
  • Plain Talk: Procurement Pipedreams and Political Realities - Sharon Hobson
  • Tightening the Noose: Time For A new Approach Against Somali Pirates? - Christian Bedford
  • Warship Developments: Seeking A New Sea King - Doug Thomas
  • Editorial: The Danger of Tactical Thinking in Times of Strategic Change - Ken Hansen
  • Concepts of Operations: A Year in the Life of a Ship - Mark Tunnicliffe
  • The Emergence of China as a Polar-Capable State - Aldo Chircop
  • The British Defence Review: What It Means for Britain and Its Navy - Geoffrey Till
  • Sir Julian Corbett’s New Royal Navy: An Opportunity for Canada? - Brian K. Wentzel
  • Canada as a Sea Power - Marc Imbeault and Janine Krieber
  • Interview with RAdm David Gardam
  • Building a Defence Industrial Strategy - Janet Thorsteinson
  • View from the West: Submarine Procurement in the Indo-Pacific Region - Christian Bedford
  • Warship Developments: Multinational Programs - Doug Thomas
  • Canadian Naval History and a Modest Arctic Proposal - Brian K. Wentzel
  • The Light Blue Funnel Line: The ‘Keeping the Peace’ Role of Navies - Hugh Williamson
  • 2nd Place Essay in Bruce S. Oland Essay Competition: Naval Chameleons? Re-evaluating the Legality of Deceptive Lighting under International Humanitarian Law - Lt(N) Mike Madden
  • Somali Pirates: An Expansive Interpretation of Human Rights - Amitai Etzioni
  • The Arctic Environment and the Law of Armed Conflict - Christopher Waters and Ashley Barnes
  • The Future of Autonomous Marine Systems in the Canadian Navy - J. Matthew Gillis
  • Build it and They Will Call: Designing Navy 2060 Today - Janet Thorsteinson
  • NORAD Maritime: Time for a Re-evaluation? - Calvin Mofford
  • Cheap and Nasty: Just What Types of Ship Does the Navy Need? - Dave Mugridge
  • Update on Piracy off the East African Coast by A Correspondent in Africa
  • Plain Talk: Dollars and Disasters: Time to Ante Up - Sharon Hobson
  • The View from the West: Navies and Non-Traditional Security Threats - Christian Bedford
  • Warship Developments: Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief - Doug Thomas
  • Keeping Sackville Afloat - Jacqui Good

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