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Title: Canadian and Israeli Defense -- Industrial and Homeland Security Ties: An Analysis
Authors: Kilibarda, Kole

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Keywords: Canada Foreign relations Israel
Israel Foreign relations Canada
Homeland security
Issue Date: Nov-2008
Publisher: The Surveillance Project
Series/Report no.: The New Transparency Project, Working Paper
Abstract: This report examines specific recent linkages between Canada and Israel in the Homeland Security field. To this end the paper is divided into: (1) a short overview of the general context impelling the growth in Canadian and Israeli commercial relations; (2) a look at some of the institutionalized cooperation frameworks established that regulate the Canada-Israel relationship; and (3) an examination of the private sector benefits of this cooperation in the homeland security and defense industrial realm.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1974/1940
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