Canadian Global Affairs Institute

CGAI

Canadian Global Affairs Institute

Type Think Tank
Website cgai.ca
Wikipedia Wikipedia
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Year founded 2001
Location Calgary, AB Canada Canada
Budget USD 1-4.9M
Functions Advocacy, Research
Funding sources Corporations, Foundations or grants, Individual citizens
Tags global affairs debates
Summary The Canadian Global Affairs Institute is a credible Canadian source of expertise on global affairs. The work of their researchers, fellows and advisors sparks impassioned nation-wide discussions and debates that are designed to help Canadians better understand their role on the world stage. Established in 2000 and based in Calgary and Ottawa, the Canadian Global Affairs Institute is a registered charity, which comments repeatedly in the media and publishes extensively on defence, diplomacy, trade and development.


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Publications

CGAI · 1 May 2022

Table of Contents Introduction How We Got Here Geo-economics: The Weaponization of Trade, Investment and Finance Canada’s Geo-economic Hand and How It Plays It Weigh Entanglement in Geopolitical/Geo-economic Power Plays …


CGAI · 1 May 2022

Table of Contents Introduction The Cold War to 9/11 NWS Renewal and Beyond A Vulnerable Continent Deterrence by Detection and Denial A Return to the Past Conclusion End Notes About …


CGAI · 1 May 2022

Table of Contents Introduction Defence Resource Planning in Canada Ends = Ways + Means Distribution of the Defence Budget Translating Defence Budgets to Capabilities Adapting to the Indeterminate International Strategic …


CGAI · 1 May 2022

Table of Contents Executive Summary I Introduction II A Wicked Problem Set III Problematic Policy Becomes Entrenched IV The Initiative Runs Into Heavy Turbulence V Internal Reviews Complete, Institutional Leaders …


CGAI · 1 April 2022

Table of Contents A Little More Spending and an Unnecessary Defence Review About the Author Canadian Global Affairs Institute A Little More Spending and an Unnecessary Defence Review The April …


CGAI · 1 April 2022

Table of Contents A Little More Spending and an Unnecessary Defence Review About the Author Canadian Global Affairs Institute A Little More Spending and an Unnecessary Defence Review The April …


CGAI · 3 March 2022

On this special episode of the Energy Security Cubed Podcast, Ron Wallace moderates a webinar discussion on the war in Ukraine, its global energy implications, and the role of Canadian …


CGAI · 3 March 2022

Whatever path Ottawa chooses to secure Canada’s global interests as a middle power, changing geopolitical realities underline our lack of resources in military, diplomatic, national security or soft-power capacity to …


CGAI · 1 March 2022

Image credit: Cpl Hugo Montpetit, Canadian Forces Combat Camera, Canadian Armed Forces Photo POLICY PERSPECTIVES by Timothy Choi and Jeffrey F. CollinsCGAI FellowsMarch 2022 DOWNLOAD PDF Table of Contets Introduction …


CGAI · 1 March 2022

Table of Contents Introduction What is the Nuclear Ban Treaty? Canada’s and NATO’s Position Call to Action End Notes About the Author Canadian Global Affairs Institute Introduction In 2020, former …


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