Split between defence priorities. Kelsey Berg discusses how Colombia presents an opportunity for Canada to complete valuable work in international peace and security.
Avoiding crisis and creating opportunity. Kelsey Berg discusses how the challenge facing Western nations involves utilizing the mass migration as a positive force.
Tensions in Europe are mounting as it becomes clear that the Syrian migrant flow will not taper off any time soon. While the West may be unable to stem the mass migration, Kelsey Berg discusses how there might be ways to turn the crisis into opportunity.
In her second article on the Syrian crisis, Kelsey Berg explores the role of the Canadian Armed Forces in the resettlement of the Syrian refugees brought into Canada.
In her first article on the Syrian refugees, Kelsey Berg explores the Syrian conflict and the possible exploitation of mass migration.
Kelsey Berg discusses the startling discovery of the MCR-1 gene in Canadian beef, and the measures to fight against antibiotic resistance.
Kelsey Berg provides a philosophical analysis of modern surveillance, with a surface overview of the Canadian surveillance context.
As a follow-up piece to a previous article, Kelsey Berg discusses the sensitivities of regulating media transmission between the press and government departments.
In Part III of III, Kelsey Berg addresses drone development in the context of Canada’s current defence priorities.
In Part II of III, Kelsey Berg discusses the rapid expansion of military drones, and its drawbacks.