Even the best of friends have divergent interests and sometimes compete with one another: that is why intelligence is necessary.
The Cameron Ortis case reminds us that when we agree to receive intelligence from an ally we need to protect it
There are people out there who write very good books on all matters intelligence and Nigel West is one of them. He joins Borealis for a fascinating look at this murky world.
Charges of entrapment in terrorist cases belie a woeful ignorance of how terrorism works.
Former CSIS Analyst Phil Gurski weighs in on why it makes sense for nations to share intelligence where and when they can.
This contribution was published on The Hill Times on July 6, 2020 CSIS has warned about China’s activities for decades and those warnings have been shunted aside. China is not Canada’s friend. It is a serial human rights abuser in Xinjiang against Uyghur Muslims. OTTAWA, CANADA — You have to feel for the families of […]
Two interesting developments in two capitals. Armed suspect arrested at Rideau Hall and Trump denies being briefed on Russian bounty intelligence.
There is far too much information to process: what is the analysts’ best way to wade through it all?
Canada just lost a vote to gain a seat on the UN Security Council. How do Canada’s intelligence agencies meet the country’s foreign intel priorities?
The advent of the COVID-19 pandemic has brought into the foreground the need to plan for the next one and the role of intelligence agencies.