Stefan Konrad explores the controversy surrounding the further politicization of the F-35 program.
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Fear, Pain and Coercion: Ali Soufan and the Divisive Debate over a Dark Legacy (Part IV)
In the fourth article of a series on Enhanced Interrogation Techniques, Stefan Konrad discusses by former FBI Agent Ali Soufan and his criticism of EITs.
Fear, Pain and Coercion: Jose Rodriguez and a Divisive Debate over a Dark Legacy (Part III)
In part three of a series on Enhanced Interrogation Techniques, Stefan Konrad examines the heated debate that has emerged over the past decade and a half.
A Proud Company in Decline: The Long and Troubled History of Colt (Part Two)
In the second part of a two article series, Stefan Konrad examines Colt’s financial problems and declining market share.
A Proud Company in Decline: The Long and Troubled History of Colt (Part One)
In part one of a two article series, Stefan Konrad explores the corporate history and financial struggles of Colt’s Manufacturing Company.
A Calculated Risk: Intelligence Collection, Political Controversies and the Snowden Revelations
Stefan Konrad explores the political ramifications and lessons that can be learned from the Chancellor Merkel phone tapping scandal.
Fear, Pain and Coercion: An Introduction to Enhanced Interrogation Techniques (Part I)
In the first part of an eight article series, Stefan Konrad explores the moral and legal dilemmas of Enhanced Interrogation Techniques.
Defence Spending and the Quest for Balanced Budgets
Stefan Konrad analyzes the defence spending plans outlined in the 2015 Federal Budget.
The Royal Australian Navy’s Collins-class submarine replacement project
Stefan Konrad gives readers a detailed look at Australia’s new submarine procurement program and how it can be a powerful case study for the Royal Canadian navy
Time for a Renewed, Non-Partisan Commitment to Canada’s Military
Stefan Konrad reports on how partisan politics are becoming detrimental to the establishment of a suitable defence policy for Canada