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Editors’ Introduction International Journal (IF0.836), Pub Date : 2021-07-07, DOI: 10.1177/00207020211018011 Brian Bow, Susan Colbourn
This issue of International Journal begins with six scholarly essays. In the first, Wilfrid Greaves offers a sweeping overview of the various security implications of climate change for Canada, considering everything from human security to economic threats. The second, by Elinor Sloan, discusses the role of communications satellites in Canadian security policy. Starting in the 1960s, Sloan looks at how Canadian policies have shifted over time and the growing importance of low earth orbit satellite communications systems. Next is an article by Marc Kieley on the implications of recent breakthroughs in reconnaissance–strike technologies and the Canadian government’s response. Kieley focuses, in particular, on current Canadian plans to procure a new ground-based air defence system, making the case that still more is needed to meet the whole range of threats on the horizon.