Alexis Amini – editor for the Canadian Armed Forces program – is a graduate student in public and international affairs at Université de Montréal (UdeM), Québec. He has a BSc in political science from the same university. Having lived in Djibouti and the United Arab Emirates where he witnessed major geopolitical events, Alexis developed a passion for international security. His research focus revolves around geopolitics, defense policies and political risk analysis. Upon completion of his master’s program, Alexis intends to join the strategic intelligence industry.
In part I of a two-part series, Alexis Amini discusses Canada’s imperative in acquiring a mixed fighter fleet composed of stealth and non-stealth aircrafts.
Alexis Amini discusses whether the UK will be able to rebuild its global military footprint in the wake of BREXIT.
With an open competition to find a permanent replacement for Canada’s CF-18s set for the early 2020s, Alexis Amini discusses the economic and military benefits of having a mixed fighter fleet.