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Stewart Webb announced as new Visiting Research Fellow at the Rideau Institute

The Rideau Institute is pleased to present Stewart Webb as their new Visiting Research Fellow. Stewart is a graduate of the Department of International Politics at Aberystwyth University in Wales, where he obtained his master’s degree in Critical Security Studies. His research interests include Canadian defence issues, Afghanistan, and India-Pakistan relations.

Stewart has written about the Afghan Training Mission and the proposed procurement of the F-35. He will continue his work on Canadian procurement during his stay at the Rideau Institute. His published works have been featured in the Canadian Foreign Policy Journal and in op-eds across the nation’s media outlets, as well as by the Rideau Institute and the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives. His works include Training Can Be Dangerous: A Realistic Assessment of the Proposed Canadian Mission to Train Afghan National Security Forces; Canada’s F-35 Purchase Is a Costly Mistake; and Search and Replace: The Case for a Made-in-Canada Fixed-Wing Search and Rescue Fleet.

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