Among many who know about intelligence practices in Canada, there is a growing recognition of the need for more intelligence education, both within the government and for the public at large. In this most recent Vimy Paper, “Defence Leadership of Intelligence Education,” Brigadier-General Dr. James Cox (Ret’d) argues that the lack of intelligence education in Canada generally, but more specifically in government, can be significantly mitigated by the Department of National Defence and Canadian Armed Forces (DND/CAF) sponsorship of credible advanced intelligence studies programs, in partnership with eminent Canadian universities. See the paper at https://cdainstitute.ca/vimy-papers-3/.
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