Centre for security and crisis governance (CRITIC)
Centre for security and crisis governance (CRITIC) was created and founded in the spring of 2020 at the Royal Military College Saint-Jean (RMC Saint-Jean). Its goals include:
- Promoting the production and dissemination of cutting-edge research on issues of global governance, national and international security, and crisis and risk management.
- Contributing to the development of Canadian and international academic research, public policy debates and the education and training of students at the RMC Saint-Jean.
- Supporting and developing research collaborations within and outside of RMC Saint-Jean.
- The support and development of a basic research capacity within the RMC Saint-Jean and rooted in academic freedom and responsibility.
- Ensuring a capacity for analysis and rapid reaction to intervene on strategic or current issues.
Scientific Advisory Board:
- Bruno Charbonneau (RMC Saint-Jean)
- Chantal Lavallée (RMC Saint-Jean)
- Robert Lummack (RMC Saint-Jean)
- Marina Sharpe (RMC Saint-Jean)
- Elisabeth Vallet (RMC Saint-Jean)
- Frédéric Gagnon (UQAM)
- Christian Leuprecht (RMCC)
To accomplish its mission, CRITIC is guided by the following principles:
- An academic vocation that values the links between research and teaching.
- Respect for the principle of academic freedom, as defined by the Canadian Association of University Teachers.
- The production and dissemination of research that is accessible in Canada's two official languages.
- The contribution to civil-military relations and dialogue in Canada.
- The mobilization and transfer of knowledge, within the RMC Saint-Jean community and beyond.
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