No, but yes, military intervention in the new era: implications for Canadian Armed Forces

The CAF must focus on capability that is rapidly deployable and seen as a valued, relevant contribution to its friends and allies.    

Canadian soldiers, pictured in this file photo in Afghanistan. The government and the Canadian public are war-weary from more than a decade of savage insurgency in Afghanistan. Further, the dire international economic situation has necessitated fiscal austerity measures that have had a significant impact on the Canadian Armed Forces. Canadian Armed Forces Photo

By Bernd Horn

PUBLISHED : Friday, April 10, 2015 6:10 PM

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