MLI Munk Senior Fellow Christian Leuprecht joined 630 CHED to discuss why Canada would benefit from improving its foreign intelligence gathering capabilities. This conversation followed a recent op ed by Leuprecht and Arthur Cockfield in the Globe and Mail.
As Leuprecht notes, CSIS currently operates as a “security service” that is domestic is its focus. What Canada lacks is a foreign-oriented “human intelligence service” which would enable a more forward-looking strategy to protect Canadian interests by containing forces beyond our borders intent on harming our security, prosperity and democracy.
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