The Laurier Centre for Military Strategic and Disarmament Studies exists to foster research, education, and discussion of historical and contemporary conflict.
Recently, the Department of National Defence cut the Security and Defence Forum which included the $125,000, that since 1991 covered our administrative costs. It has since been replaced by a project-based pool of funding that only align to the contemporary studies program. Thanks in large part to generous contributions by John Cleghorn, Brad Dunkley and members of our Board of Directors, we will be able continue our mission for the next five years. To last longer, we will need your support.
All proceeds – from donations, publication revenue, and journal subscriptions – go directly to support the mission and projects of the Laurier Centre for Military Strategic and Disarmament Studies.
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