Camille Raymond is a Policy Officer in the Assistant Deputy Minister (Policy) organization of the Department of National Defence. She holds a master’s degree in Political Science from the University of Quebec in Montreal, under the supervision of Justin Massie. Her master’s research was funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC) and the Department of National Defence’s MINDS program. Her thesis focused on the adaptation of Canadian defence and foreign policy to power transitions. Her research interests include Canadian foreign and defence policy, NORAD modernization, Canada-US relations, and Canadian military contributions. She has also worked as Publications Manager for the Network for Strategic Analysis. Camille holds a Bachelor’s degree in International Relations and International Law (Honours).
- Canadian Foreign and Defence Policy
- Power Transition
- Camille Raymond, “New Technologies, Climate Change and War in Ukraine: What Impacts on NORAD Modernization?,” Policy Report 16, Network for Strategic Analysis, March 21, 2022.
- Camille Raymond and Marco Munier, “Continental Defence Modernization and the Future of Canadian Defence Policy,” Policy Brief 13, Network for Strategic Analysis, 29 September 2021.
- Camille Raymond, recension critique sur l’ouvrage ‘Marie-Clotilde Runavot, La démocratie appliquée au droit international : de quoi parle-t-on?, Paris, éditions Pedone, 2018.’ Publiée le 14 juillet 2021 dans la Revue québécoise de droit international.
- Camille Raymond and Justin Massie, “Federal budget 2021: defence and security,” Open Canada, 28 April 2021.
- Camille Raymond, “Thinking About the Modernization of NORAD,” Hot Takes, Network for Strategic Analysis, November 24th 2020.