According to unconfirmed reports, North Korean soldiers have been aiding the Syrian government against opposition forces. Jeremy Paquin explains how military co-operation between the two unlikely allies has been going on for the past several decades, culminating in today’s Syrian conflict.
Author: Jeremy Paquin
Jeremy Paquin is currently under the employ of the Department of National Defence where he works as a Project Support Officer on domestic infrastructure initiatives. Jeremy holds a Bachelor of Arts in Geography with a Minor in Communications from Carleton University. Since graduating in 2014 he has re-enrolled in Political Science classes to strengthen policy analysis skills and hopes to begin studying law shortly. Jeremy would like to assist organizations with strategy and policy advice, while enjoying a career in Government Relations. He enjoys reading non-fiction, following Canadian politics, and cycling.
The Department of Defense’s Shift to a “Start-Up” Culture
Jeremy Paquin discusses the creation of the U.S. Defence Innovation Unit – Experimental and how it fits in to the United States’ Third-Offset Strategy.
Climate Change Presents Challenges to American Coastal Installations
Jeremy Paquin discusses the long-term threat posed by climate to U.S. military installations.
U.S. Air Force Releases Renderings of Nameless Long-Range Strike Bomber
Jeremy Paquin discusses the concept design and naming process of the Northrop Grumman’s long-range stealth bomber – the B-21.
Floating Armouries: A Precarious and Imperfect Solution to Piracy
Jeremy Paquin discusses floating armouries and their role in countering maritime piracy.
Canada and the Combined Joint Task Force
Jeremy Paquin explores the consequences of Canada’s withdrawal of CF-18s from the fight against ISIL and examines how this has affected Canada’s standing among allies.