In Part I of III, Kelsey Berg presents the dilemmas and benefits of the Canadian Armed Force’s future acquisition of drones.
Author: Kelsey Berg
Ethiopia Sets Sights on Space
Kelsey Berg uncovers the misconceptions of Ethiopia, and whether the state should devote all of its resources to food security over its technological or political affairs.
DND Decides that Silence is the Best Policy
Kelsey Berg examines the government’s recent policy to halt public briefings from the Department of National Defence.
Japan’s Conflicted Fight for Peace
Kelsey Berg explores whether Japan’s longstanding state of pacifism is moving towards military involvement, or if it is a miscommunication.
Canada Enhancing Defence through Stem Cell Research
Kelsey Berg explores the threats of bioweapons, and the Defence Research and Development Canada project on stem cell research to be used as a form of battlefield tools.
‘The Sea Hath No King’: The Sea King Replacement and Lessons in Military Procurement- Part II
In Part II, Kelsey Berg analyzes the complications and shortcomings that were tied to the military spending of Canada’s Sea King Replacement project.
‘The Sea Hath No King’: The Sea King Replacement and Lessons in Military Procurement- Part I
In Part I, Kelsey Berg examines Canada’s Sea King Replacement project leading up to the procurement of the new Cyclone maritime helicopters.
Kelsey Berg looks at the Canadian Armed Forces’ (CAF) recent acquisition of the Cyclone Helicopters and its procurement strategy. Additionally, she explores the gap between the current structure of the CAF’s available funding, the ‘ambition-capability’ gap and how this will affect the future of the CAF.
Military Health in an Age of Global Conflict: Part II
In Part II of a two-part series, Kelsey Berg addresses the Canada’s military health services that are available for soldiers following their return home from a deployment.
Military Health in an Age of Global Conflicts: Part I
In Part I of a two-part series, Kelsey Berg addresses the health and well-being of Canadian soldiers following their return home from deployment.