Andrea Lane is a strategic analyst with Defence Research and Development Canada (DRDC) – Centre for Operational Research and Analysis (CORA). Prior to this, she taught for two years at the Canadian Forces College. Andrea is also a PhD candidate in political science at Dalhousie University; her dissertation is a Marxist feminist analysis of the Elsie Initiative. She holds an MA in International Affairs from Carleton University (NPSIA), where her thesis focussed on radicalization into non-Islamic terrorism. Prior to joining DRDC in July 2021, Andrea was a frequent media commentator on issues such as Canadian defence policy, military sexual misconduct, and naval procurement.
- Canadian Foreign and Defence Policy
- Gender and Security
- Military Personnel Issues
- Brian Bow & Andrea Lane, Canadian Foreign Policy: Reflections on Field in Transition (UBC Press: 2020).
- Andrea Lane, “Women and the Canadian Armed Forces,” In Thomas Juneau, Philippe Lagassé & Srdjan Vucetic, Canadian Defence Policy in Theory and Practice (London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2020): pp. 351-365.
- Andrea Lane, “Manning up: Justin Trudeau and the politics of the Canadian defence community,” In Philippe Lagassé & Norman Hillmer, Justin Trudeau and Canadian Foreign Policy: Canada Among Nations 2017 (London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2018): pp. 261-284.
- Andrea Lane, “Special Men: the gendered militarization of the Canadian Armed Forces,” International Journal 72:4 (2017): 463-483.
- Ellen Gutterman & Andrea Lane, “Beyond LAVs: Corruption, commercialization, and the Canadian defence industry,” Canadian Foreign Policy Journal 23:1 (2017):77-92.