Module 1 – External and Internal Security: Terrorism, Counterterrorism, and Intelligence
- Littlewood, Jez, Dane Rowlands, and Joshua Kilberg. “CBRN Terrorism: Assessing the Threat of CBRN Terrorism by Groups and Individuals in Canada and Worldwide.” Kanishka Project Contribution Program – submitted to KPCP on August 31, 2012.
- Littlewood, Jez. “Accountability of the Canadian Security and Intelligence Community post-9/11: Still a Long and Winding Road?” In Democratic Oversight of Intelligence Services and its Challenges, ed. Daniel Baldino, 83-107. Sydney, Australia: Federation Press, 2010.
- Littlewood, Jez. “Dealing with Terrorism: A Complex Challenge.” Frontline Security 4, no. 2 (Summer 2009): 43-46.
- Littlewood, Jez, and Darryl Howlett. “Future Terrorist Weapons.” In Topics in Terrorism: Towards a Transatlantic Consensus on the Nature of the Threat, eds. Jason S. Purcell and Joshua D. Weintraub, 39-54. Washington, DC: Atlantic Council of the United States and NATO, July 2005.
Module 2 – International Security Strategy and Defence Policy in the New Threat Environment
- Saideman, Stephen M. When the Gloves Dropped: Understanding the Canadian Experience in Afghanistan. Under review and under contract with University of Toronto Press.
- Saideman, Stephen M., and R. William Ayres. For Kin or Country: Xenophobia, Nationalism, and War. Revised Edition. New York: Columbia University Press, 2015.
- Auerswald, David P., and Stephen M. Saideman, NATO in Afghanistan: Fighting Together, Fighting Alone, Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2014.
- Auerswald, David P., and Stephen M. Saideman, “NATO: Fighting Together, With Caveats.” Vanguard (August-September 2014): 38-40.
- Saideman, Stephen M. “Canada’s Whole of Government Approach: More and Less Than Advertised.” In Reconstructing Afghanistan: Civil-Military Experiences in Comparative Perspective, eds. William Maley and Susanne Schmeidl, 55-66. New York: Routledge, 2014.
Module 3 – Conflict Management and Intervention
- Mendeloff, David A. “Trauma and Vengeance: Assessing the Psychological and Emotional Effects of Post-Conflict Justice.” Human Rights Quarterly 31, no. 3 (August 2009): 592-623.
- Mendeloff, David A, and Fen Osler Hampson. “Intervention and the Nation-Building Debate.” In Leashing the Dogs of War: Conflict Management in a Divided World, eds. Chester A. Crocker, Fen Osler Hampson, and Pamela Aall. 679-99. Washington, DC: United States Institute of Peace Press, 2007.
- Mendeloff, David A. “Proliferation and Preventive War After Iraq.” In The Search for WMD: Non-Proliferation, Intelligence, and Pre-emption in the New Security Environment, ed. Graham F. Walker, 248-261. Halifax: Centre for Foreign Policy Studies, Dalhousie University, 2006.
- Mendeloff, David A. “Review of Tristan Anne Borer, ed., Telling the Truths: Truth Telling and Peace Building in Post-Conflict Societies. In Political Science Quarterly 122, no. 2 (Summer 2007): 352-354.
Module 4 – The Economic/Security Nexus: the Impact of Security and Intelligence on Trade, Investment, and Finance
- Samy, Yiagadeesen. “Finance and Terrorism.” Terrorism Research and Analysis Consortium (TRAC). Beacham, 2011.
- Samy, Yiagadeesen. “Terrorism Financing: What Do We Know and What Can We Do About It?” Frontline Security 5, no. 2 (Summer 2010).
- Samy, Yiagadeesen. “China’s Aid Policies in Africa: Opportunities and Challenges.” The Round Table: The Commonwealth Journal of International Affairs 99, no. 406 (2010): 75-90.
- Carment, David, Stewart Prest, and Yiagadeesen Samy. “State Fragility and Implications for Aid Allocation: An Empirical Analysis.” Conflict Management and Peace Science 25, no. 4 (2008): 349-373.
- Samy, Yiagadeesen. “Terrorism Financing and Financial System Vulnerabilities: Issues and Challenges.” Trends in Terrorism Series. Canadian Centre for Intelligence and Security Studies, NPSIA, Carleton University. February 2006.
Module 5 – Forecasting Emerging Issues: Intelligence Estimates, Scenarios, Risk, and Foreign Policy
Information coming soon.
Module 6 – National Security and Critical Infrastructure
- Rowlands, Dane, Jeremy Littlewood, and Joshua Kilberg. “Assessing the Threat of CBRN Terrorism by Groups and Individuals in Canada and Worldwide.” Ottawa: Norman Paterson School of International Affairs, Carleton University, 2012. Prepared for Public Safety Canada.
- Rowlands, Dane, and David Carment. “Force and Bias: Towards a Predictive Model of Effective Third-Party Intervention.” Defence and Peace Economics 17, no. 5 (2006): 435-456.
- Rowlands, Dane, and Rose Ann Devlin. “Insurance and Critical Infrastructure Protection: Is There a Connection in an Environment of Terrorism?” Critical Energy Infrastructure Protection Policy Research Series Working Paper 8. Ottawa: Canadian Centre for Intelligence and Security Studies, Carleton University, 2006.
- Daudelin, Jean, and Dane Rowlands. “Facing the Risks: Global Security Trends and Canada. In Chapter 5, Performance and Potential 2005-06 – The World and Canada: Trends and Reshaping our Future, 151-183. Ottawa: Conference Board of Canada, 2005.
- Carment, David, and Dane Rowlands. “Vengeance and Intervention: Can Third Parties Bring Peace Without Separation? Security Studies 13, no. 4 (2004): 366-393.