Avery Bruenjes explores how the issue of cyber-surveillance has provoked intense debate within political parties in the US.
Author: Avery Bruenjes
Avery Bruenjes is a J.D. Candidate (2015) at the Schulich School of Law at Dalhousie University and holds a B.A.(Hons) in Contemporary Studies and English from the University of King's College. Driven by her interest in women's rights, Avery worked this past year to co-design a program educating women who are currently in or recently departed from abusive relationships on issues of custody and legal rights. Her other research interests include international conflict resolution and the changing nature of domestic and international surveillance.
Women and NATO: A Necessarily Gendered Perspective Part II
In Part II of her analysis of NATO’s implementation of UNSCR 1325, Avery Bruenjes discusses the challenges that remain for both Afghanistan and Kosovo.
Women and NATO: A Necessarily Gendered Perspective
Avery Bruenjes on NATO’s implementation of UNSCR 1325.
Caught in the Crossfire: NATO-Pakistani Relations and the American Drone Program
Avery Bruenjes on the US drone program and its implications for the NATO mission in Afghanistan.
NATO and the Cyber Security Imperative
Avery Bruenjes on the need for NATO dialogue on cyber security.
The Visayan Forum Foundation: Fighting Human Trafficking and a Tarnished Reputation
Avery Bruenjes on human trafficking in the Philippines and the challenges facing the Visayan Forum Foundation.