Andrew graduated from the Master of Global Affairs programme at the University of Toronto’s Munk School of Global Affairs in 2015. He previously graduated from the University of King’s College in 2012, with a B.A., Combined Honours, in Political Science and History, and studied Conflict Resolution and the Rothberg International School at Hebrew University, Jerusalem. His primary interests are in inter- and intra-state conflict, sovereignty and governance, diplomacy and negotiation, and national security. Contact:
Andrew Chisholm Canada Maritime Nation

Costs vs. Capabilities: Canada’s National Shipbuilding Procurement Strategy

The National Shipbuilding Procurement Strategy was designed to re-fit Canada’s Navy and Coast Guard while giving Canadian shipyards a significant boost. But concern over costs has begun to plague the program before it ever gets off the ground.

Andrew Chisholm Cyber Security and Emerging Threats Eastern Europe and Russia Maritime Nation Security, Trade and the Economy The Middle East and North Africa

Prosperity or Instability? The Natural Gas Game in the Eastern Mediterranean

The discovery of substantial natural gas deposits in the Eastern Mediterranean Sea may bring prosperity but it also may destabilize the region’s politics and increase regional tensions.

Andrew Chisholm Canada

An End to the “Honeymoon?” The PM, the CF, and the Fiscal Situation

The PM’s comments stand in contrast to the words of new CDS General Thomas Lawson, at the same ceremony, that there is “very little fat” which can be cut. This has led some to ask whether Prime Minister Harper’s “Honeymoon” with the CF has reached its end.