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Author Obecny, Kristina, author.

Title U.S.-Canadian defense industrial cooperation / project director Andrew P. Hunter ; principal authors, Kristina Obecny, Gregory Sanders ; contributing authors James Ruedlinger, Jesse Ellman
Published Washington, DC : CSIS, Center for Strategic and International Studies ; Lanham : Rowman and Littlefield, [2017]
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Contents Executive summary. -- 1 Introduction. -- 1.1 Report organization. -- 2 Evolution of North American technology and industrial base -- summary of key themes. -- 2.1 Policies. -- 2.2 Agreements/programs. -- 2.3 Institutions. -- 3 Key features of Canadian industry under North American technology and industrial base. -- 3.1 Canadian defense industry characteristics. -- 3.2 Canadian key defense industrial capabilities. -- 4 Recent trends in U.S.-Canadian defense industrial cooperation -- data analysis. -- 4.1 Trends in U.S. defense procurement from Canadian sources (200-2015). -- 4.2 Canadian defense procurement from U.S. sources (2000-2015). -- 5 Case studies. -- 5.1 Key industrial cabaiblity case studies. -- 6 Case study findings. -- 6.1 Findings on benefits of U.S.-Canadian industrial cooperation. -- 6.2 Findings on challenges/barriers. -- 7. Recommendations. -- Annexes
Summary This study evaluates the health of the U.S.-Canadian defense industrial relationship, which is critically important as the U.S. Department of Defense expands the national technology and industrial base. The CSIS study team gathered and analyzed a wide range of quantitative data and conducted interviews with government and industry officials involved with bilateral cooperation on both sides of the border. In addition to looking at top-level history, legislation, policy, and trends, the study team undertook five sectoral case studies highlighting different aspects of the benefits from and challenges facing bilateral cooperation. The study finds that the benefits to both partners exceed what either could obtain solely by relying only on its own national resources. While the overall U.S.-Canadian defense industrial relationship remains sound, the study team identifies a range of recommendations to enhance its value to both partners. -- Provided by publisher
Notes "June 2017."
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
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Subject Defense industries -- Canada -- International cooperation
Defense industries -- United States -- International cooperation
National security -- Canada.
National security -- United States.
Armed Forces -- Procurement.
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Exports & Imports.
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- International -- General.
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- International -- Marketing.
Defense industries -- International cooperation.
Defense industries.
Military relations.
National security.
POLITICAL SCIENCE -- International Relations -- Trade & Tariffs.
Canada -- Armed Forces -- Procurement
Canada -- Military relations -- United States
United States -- Armed Forces -- Procurement.
United States -- Military relations -- Canada
United States.
Form Electronic book
Author Ellman, Jesse, contributing author.
Ruedlinger, James, contributing author.
Sanders, Greg, 1980- author.
LC no. 2021677160
ISBN 1442280220
Other Titles US-Canadian defense industrial cooperation
United States-Canadian defense industrial cooperation