Canada’s relationship with the F-35 Lightning II Joint-Strike Fighter is a long and complicated one. In this article, Justin Dell provides an overview of this chapter in the history of Canadian military procurement, underscores some of the implications of Canada’s actions towards this weapons program, and argues that the Canadian government has made the wrong decision in turning its back on the aircraft.
In an Interview with acting Romanian Consul General Daniel Ene, Taylor Allen discusses NATO Air policing and the impact of multilateral organizations on international relations
In part two of a three part series, Alexander Sawicki explains all of the major Canadian Forces procurement projects currently underway in the RCAF.
“Air-to-air refueling is incredibly complex and delicate. Paul Pryce explains how this could become even more so as Canada seeks to replace its fighter aircraft.”
In a four part series, Julie-Anne Labonté discusses Canada’s procurement practices and outlines challenges to the acquisition of the RCAF’s helicopters.