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CEADS is a peer-reviewed publication of the Center for Security, Armed Forces and Society in cooperation with Dr. Colette Mazzucelli, New York University and Dr. Roderick Parkes, German Institute for International and Security Affairs, Anthony Seaboyer, Centre for Security, Armed Forces and Society. The positions taken in the papers reflect opinions of the authors only.  

CEADS addresses topics of concern to the broader security community in North America and Europe. As such the publication focuses specifically on challenges to security that both continents currently face as well as tools and solutions. Each CEADS volume contains a primary focus on which four of five papers concentrate. An additional paper will address a broader topic of interest to the CEADS audience. Reviewers of articles submitted for publication are provided by professors from Universities both in North America and Europe. Papers to be considered for publication may be sent to Anthony.Seaboyer@rmc.ca.

CEADS Volume I: Red Teaming

1.     The Glaucus Factor: Red Teaming as a Means to Nurture Foresight - 
        Matthew A. LauderPhil Eles and Katherine Banko.......................................5
2.     Force Protection and Suicide Bombers: The Necessity Two Types of Canadian 
        Red Teams - Robert J. Bunker....................................................................37
3.     The Global Governance of Geoengineering: Using Red Teaming to explore 
        future Agendas, Coalitions and International Institutions - Manjana Milkoreit..56
4.     Alternative Analysis Assessment of the Sinaloa Drug Cartel - 
        Bentley Nettles.........................................................................................79
5.     Should You Keep a Secret?: A Theoretical Model for Information Sharing in 
        Operations - Lianne McLellan, David Smith, and Rachel Spiece..................109

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CEADS Volume II: Armed Non-State Actors in Somalia

1.     Clan Identity and Islamic Identity in Somalia - David M. Anderson.................5
2.     Clan and Islamic Identity in Somalia - Bronwyn Bruton................................40
3.     Clan Identity and Islamic Identity in Somalia: An Examination of Non-State 
        Armed Groups in Regional and Sub- Regional Context - J. Andrew Grant......64
4.     Legitimacy among the Somali: The Importance of Clan and Islamic Identities 
        in Insurgence, Counterinsurgancy, and Any Eventual Solution -
        Peter J. Pham...........................................................................................88
5.     Sustainability debate and concepts as part of security policy in the United
        States and Europe – on the way to “green armed forces”?- René Eggenberger/
        Peter Schmidt.........................................................................................120

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