Canadian military studies, excepting the two world wars. Topics will include the evolution of Canadian defence policy, past or present, the development and evolution of the Canadian Forces or any of its main elements (army, navy or air force), Canadian military operability with the military forces of Allied nations, and the relationship between Canadian foreign policy and the use of the Canadian military. Course Hours:H(3-0)
Strategic thought from Sun Tzu to Clausewitz, Mahan to Corbett. Analyzes the writings of classic strategic thinkers and then, by way of case studies, examines their theories as they pertain to military and political planners from the Peloponnesian War to the present. Course Hours:H(3-0) Also known as:(formerly History 655)
Intelligence; Information Operations; and "Command, Control, Communications and Computers"
An assessment of the history of intelligence, information operations, and command systems for military and diplomatic institutions as well as contemporary theory and practice related to these issues. Course Hours:H(3-0)
The meaning of sea power and an assessment of how modern states use it. An analysis of the writings of major naval strategic thinkers and case-study examination of the application of those theories from Nelson to the present. Course Hours:H(3-0)
Assessment of the security environment of the Arctic region. This seminar will assess both the differing theoretical conceptualizations of security in the Arctic and the policies of the circumpolar states as they pursue Arctic security. Course Hours:H(3S-0)