United States Institute of Peace

International Network for Economics and Conflict

Evolving Transnational Threats and Border Security: A New Research Agenda

Written by Christian Leuprecht, Todd Hataley, and Kim Richard Nossal

This paper discusses the transnational and border security of Canada. It discusses and analyzes the threats that are posed both man-made and from nature, and the ground that needs to be covered by the Canadian government in order to meet these threats. In addition to this a new research agenda is proposed, as much more needs to be learned for the government to meet the challenges of the post 9-11 world.

Read the paper here.