Resources

Highlights from CASIS Annual Symposia

The Future of Intelligence (2019)

Russia and the West: Temporary Stalemate or Irreconcilable Differences? (2017)

The Adversaries: Russian, Chinese and Western Geopolitical Agendas and Intelligence Systems (2015)

Canadian Foreign Intelligence History Project (Carleton)

The Canadian Foreign Intelligence History Project (CFIHP) seeks to encourage the study of the history of the foreign intelligence assessment function in Canada by facilitating the exchange of information among researchers and providing a forum for formal and informal collaboration through workshops and conferences.

This collaborative effort will provide a foundation for the greater integration of the history of intelligence assessment into the broader study of Canadian foreign and defence policy in order to inform students, scholars and policy-makers.

Weller Prize Winners

CASIS Weller Prize – graduate – Alex Dzintars

CASIS Weller Prize – undergraduate – Wes Laporte

Publications of Interest by CASIS Members

Globe and Mail (June 12, 2021) – I, spy: Does Canada need a foreign intelligence service?

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CASIS Vice-President Thomas Juneau has published a paper on Iran that will be of interest to those tracking Iran’s ambitions as a regional power. The main argument of the report is that Iran is not a rising regional hegemon but rather a mid-sized regional power frustrated at not reaching its ambitions. ┬áThe report is a synthesis of some of the main elements of Thomas’s book, Squandered Opportunity: Neoclassical Realism and Iranian Foreign Policy, from Stanford University Press.

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Presentations to CASIS Conferences

Commissioner Bob Paulson John Tait Lecture CASIS 2016

Tony Campbell 2010

Dick Fadden-CSIS Speech To CASIS OCT 09

John Tait Lecture 2009 RCMP Commissioner Bill Elliott

DNI Burgess 2008

Historical Declassification and Access to Information Dr I Campbell 2002

Democracy and Counter-Terrorism David Charters 2002

Morrison 2002 Intelligence Studies in the UK

The Changing World of Contemporary Terrorism and Intelligence Failures Palfy 2002

John Tait Lecture 2002 Morris Rosenberg

The New Terrorism and the Information Society O’Brian 2002