In the final part of his two article series, Andrew Chisholm further dissects the NATO Training Mission in Afghanistan.
Andrew Chisholm discusses the challenges and progress made by the NATO training mission – 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.
Some members of the transatlantic community have unfairly labelled Canada as the “slacker of transatlantica.” Does this myth hold-up?
Canadian development projects in Afghanistan should focus on the country’s rich historical and cultural heritage in order to expand Afghani connections to their past.
As the international community continues to commit military and development assistance, Afghanistan remains a country plagued by instability and deteriorating infrastructure.
It seems that the Élysée Palaceis heading for a change. François Hollande is leading with 28.6% of voter support after the first round of the French presidential elections held on April 22, while Nicolas Sarkozy is just behind him with 27.2%. According to a poll conducted on April 25-26 by Harris Interactive, 55% of respondents […]
By Rodnie Allison “Devastating”, “Biting”, and “Not a Pretty Picture” – just some of the statements that followed the release of Auditor-General Michael Ferguson’s first report to Parliament. Yes it is official, April 3 2012 will go down as the toughest day yet for Canadian proponents of the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter (JSF) Program. From its inception, […]