In view of a potential renewal, Willow Hillman situates Canada Border Services Agency’s participation in the Border Security: Canada’s Front Line television show in the broader context of balancing national security with individual rights.
In this article, Justin Dell argues that drugs pose a growing threat to national security in countries across the NATO alliance. As a transnational phenomenon and a product of global supply chains, it has to be dealt with multilaterally.
As Canada gears up to lead major NATO operations in the Baltics, what is at stake for involved actors?
As space becomes more accessible, commercial aerospace and satellite imaging will continue to grow. Julia Peng discusses what these trends in aerospace mean for intelligence and defense.
Eimi Harris analyzes the draft version of the Burr-Feinstein encryption bill and why US technology firms have dubbed it the “anti-encryption” bill.