The world may never agree on chemical weapons attacks. Buzz Lanthier-Rogers explains why that cannot, and does not, stop us from acting.
While world leaders question the usefulness of the international order, Justin Dell shows just how important NATO is to U.S. national interest.
This is the first of a two-part series analyzing the impact of Europe’s changing intermediate-range missile landscape and the fate of the INF Treaty.
Aidan Simardone writes on why NATO should intervene in humanitarian crises, even without UN authorization.
It has been over two weeks since the Singapore summit ended. Overall, the assessment of the Singapore Summit is negative. In particular, the US media and experts who disbelieve North Korea suggest that it amounted to North Korea’s victory and America’s defeat. But is it true that the Singapore talks were really a failed meeting? […]
The United States’ intelligence agencies face an uphill battle in regaining public trust and moving past their intense politicization since the 2016 election campaigns.
The rapidly melting Arctic is creating an opportunity for resource extraction and the expansion of shipping routes. In 2008, under the US Department of the Interior’s supervision, the United States Geological Survey estimated that 13% of the world’s undiscovered oil and 30% of its gas is located in the Arctic Circle. Eight years later at […]
American threats and implementations of tariffs have alienated the superpower further from its allies. It is in this environment that the world carefully observed the G7 Conference in Charlevoix, Quebec and witnessed the elevation of tensions between other Western leaders and the United States. NAOC Program Editors for the Canadian Armed Forces, Cyber Security and […]