Newcomer Nil Sendil discusses the upcoming Afghan elections and the feasibility of a lasting peace.
Despite the increased coordination in Canada-U.S. border security since 9/11, Aaron Willschick argues that the two countries are still far apart when it comes to the perceived risk to their maritime borders.
Newcomer Tomasz Trembowski discusses the role played by the Royal Canadian Navy in NATO maritime security operations across the globe.
In the final part of his two article series, Andrew Chisholm further dissects the NATO Training Mission in Afghanistan.
In July 2011, the Canadian Forces completed their decade long combat deployment in Afghanistan as part of the NATO-led International Security Assistance Force. While the Government of Canada has kept 950 individuals in Kabul on board as advisors for Afghan army training personnel, one must wonder what lies on the horizon for the Canadian Armed […]
Canada and the UK recently signed a memorandum detailing their intention to find ways to cooperate in providing consular services in countries where one or the other does not have representation. The announcement prompted a great deal of commentary, on many different aspects of the move.