Sandra is a Research Analyst at the NATO Association of Canada. She was the former Editor for the Canadian Armed Forces program, and she was previously a Junior Research Fellow for the Strategic Reserve Program in 2013. Sandra has a BA Bilingual Hons. in International Studies from Glendon College, York University. She recently completed her MA in International Conflict & Security at the University of Kent, Brussels School of International Studies. Her dissertation examined the political and legal perspectives of balancing security and liberty in the case of civilian aircraft hijackings that would be used as a weapon for terrorism. Prior to her time at the NAOC, Sandra was contracted as an Ocean Energy Plan Project Consultant for a non-profit organization in Belgium and the Netherlands.
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Beyond the Faces of Canada’s Leading Warriors- An Interview with Gertrude Kearns

Sandra Song interviews Canadian war artist, Gertrude Kearns, and discusses her featured exhibition, The Art of Command, at the Fort York Visitor Centre.

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Fear, Pain and Coercion: A Breakdown of Enhanced Interrogation Techniques (Part II)

In Part II of an eight article series, Sandra Song summarizes the physical and psychological Enhanced Interrogation Techniques, and the effects they have on detainees.

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Confusion and Perplexity: the Complicated Relationship Between Peacekeeping and Peacemaking

Sandra Song explores the difficult relationship between UN peacekeeping and peacemaking, and how it affects the contributions made by the Canadian Armed Forces.