Leanne E. Tran’s hand-held ultrasound technology has the potential to reduce life-threatening maternal and perinatal complications during pregnancy and childbirth.
Author: Justine Reisler
Remembering the Armenian Genocide
Turkish Prime Minister Recognizes Armenian suffering in 1915. What does that mean?
There was no new Armenian genocide in Kessab, but the dislocation of an entire community raises concern about the nature of the Syrian opposition.
Meeting Female Recruitment Targets
The Canadian Armed Forces is trying to increase the percentage of women in the military by setting ambitious targets for itself.
Russia Annexes Crimea: what now?
Justine Reisler argues that the Crimean dispute should end with the borders drawn today.
Ending the Chaos: The Case for Crimea’s Independence from Ukraine
Justine Reisler argues that if NATO is going to draw a red line in the sand it should be Odessa, not Crimea.
Chaos in Ukraine: Cold War Competition Exacerbates Internal Problems
Justine Reisler argues that in the tug-of-war for influence over Ukraine, radical elements are gaining momentum as Russia tries to stabilize the situation while NATO protests.
Over-Complicated Recruitment Process Stifles Army Reserve Growth
The Army Reserve is predicted to shrink this year despite being legislated to grow. Justine Reisler explores the bureaucratic factor behind this problem.
Justine Reisler on continuing threats to Euromaidan success and the potential of a federal system of government to reduce tensions.
South Eastern European Business Forum Features the Honourable Macedonian Minister of Foreign Investment Jerry Naumoff
Macedonia is a great example of an emerging economy in South Eastern Europe which has created a safe and friendly business environment for foreign investment.