David Rudd is a defence scientist with the Centre for Operational Research and Analysis (CORA) at the Department of National Defence in Ottawa. He is currently attached to the strategic analysis team in the office of the Associate Deputy Minister (Policy). His previous postings include the former Canadian Forces’ Operational Support Command and the Chief of Force Development. His specialties include NATO and Canadian military transformation, NATO-EU relations, Arctic security, and the transformation of allied navies. He previously served and president and executive director of the Canadian Institute of Strategic Studies.

Articles by this writer

May 2012  |  Magazine

The preservation of existing military capabilities and the development of new ones is arguably the most vexing issue facing allied defence ministries.