The NATO Association’s program editors and research analysts debate whether Canada should continue selling military equipment to Saudi Arabia.
The F-35 and Canadian Defence Procurement: Part IV
The F-35 has had a turbulent time in Canadian defence procurement. Aleksi Korpela discusses the debate in Canada over CF-18 replacement from 2010 to 2016 and the vitality of the F-35 option.
The New Top Gun? Russia’s Fifth-Generation Stealth Fighter
Russian officials have extolled the T-50 jet fighter as the new top-gun stealth aircraft – but is it really? Aleksi Korpela takes a closer look at PAK FA and its procurement history.
Is NATO Obsolete?
Our program editors and research analysts discuss the relevance of NATO and how the Alliance might change to tackle future challenges.
Is The Nuclear Security Summit An Effective Forum For Addressing The Threat Of Nuclear Terrorism?
Is the Nuclear Security Summit a mere talking shop or a worthy initiative that’s making a difference? Our program editors weigh in.
Defence Minister Sajjan: What Do You Think Are The Main Challenges to Canada’s Security?
Our team responds to Defence Minister Hajjan’s question regarding contemporary challenges to Canadian security.
Preparing for the Unthinkable? Russian Intelligence Activity in Finland and Sweden
Aleksi Korpela discusses Russian intelligence activities in Finland and Sweden and the growing military threat.
This episode of Coffee Talk we discuss normalization of Cuban-American relations.
The F-35 and Canadian Defence Procurement: Part III
In a series on the history of the F-35 in Canadian defence procurement, Aleksi Korpela discusses the CF-18 replacement debate from 2005 to 2010 and the disadvantages of competitive sourcing in major defence acquisitions.
Should We Fear A Trump Presidency?
Democrats and the Republican establishment are united in the belief that a Trump administration would be disastrous. Our program editors weigh in.