Paul Pryce proposes revisiting the Canadian military’s definition of ‘Universality of Service’ to better ease the transition of wounded veterans to civilian life.
Ben gives an overview and in depth technical analysis of Canada’s new light armored vehicles
John Pollock provides an in-depth look at Canada’s role in Kandahar with ISAF.
Michael Philips explains how Russia may be repeating the same mistakes in Syria that it made in Afghanistan.
In the first part of the this series Hinna Hatif examines the U.S. airstrike that killed 22 people when a Doctors Without Borders hospital was struck in Kunduz, Afghanistan.
In Part II of III, Kelsey Berg discusses the rapid expansion of military drones, and its drawbacks.
In Part I of III, Kelsey Berg presents the dilemmas and benefits of the Canadian Armed Force’s future acquisition of drones.
Melanne Verveer, who served as U.S. Ambassador for Global Women’s Issues, remarked that clashes had occurred in 31 of the world’s 39 active conflicts after peace settlements. None of the 31 cases had women involved in the peace process.
Kelsey Berg examines the government’s recent policy to halt public briefings from the Department of National Defence.
Evan Blackwell considers the prospects for peace in Afghanistan.