Defence procurement is part of Canada’s broader military and defence strategy. Getting it right means considering desired outcomes and balancing them out with fiscal and policy constraints.
How do Canada’s foreign policy priorities relate to a sustainable structure for the Canadian Forces? What do these priorities mean for defence procurement? How have Canada’s allies managed the trade-offs among fiscal constraints, military requirements and industrial benefits?
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