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The Canadian Association for Security and Intelligence Studies (CASIS) is a nonpartisan, voluntary association established in 1985. Its principal purpose is to provide informed debate in Canada on security and intelligence issues. Membership is open and currently includes academics, concerned citizens, government officials, journalists, lawyers, students, as well as former intelligence officers.

CASIS 2007 International Conference
Calgary, Alberta � Westin Hotel
28 - 30 September � Registration

" Evolution, Revolution or Same Old, Same Old?
Reality Check on Security, Intelligence, Law Enforcement and Defence in 2007 "

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CASIS is pleased to announce that the 2007 keynote lecture will be delivered by Chris Andrew, Professor of Modern and Contemporary History, former Chair of the History Faculty at Cambridge University and Official Historian of MI5

The 2007 Tait Memorial Lecturer is John Gannon, Vice-President for Global Analysis, BAE Systems, former Chairman of the U.S. National Intelligence Council and former Associate Deputy Director of Central Intelligence for Analysis and Production

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