As a commanding victory ushers the return of Prime Minister Modi to the helm of the world’s largest democracy, Anvesh Jain analyses the continuities and changes to Indian foreign policy that have developed under his tenure.
This month, all 29 NATO Defence Ministers will meet at the alliance’s headquarters in Brussels, Belgium. Take a look at this infographic to learn more!
A look at some of the major CAF Operations taking place in the land, air, and seas of the Americas – Canada’s strategic home and backyard.
Anvesh Jain, the Program Editor of Canada’s NATO, sits down with a special guest.
A look at the inspiring story of Afghanistan at this year’s Cricket World Cup, and the security implications of sport in international affairs.
Mexico is ostensibly closer to the “North Atlantic” than places like Greece, Turkey, and definitely Georgia – all current or proposed members of NATO. So why isn’t it part of the conversation when it comes to future NATO accession and expansion?
This year, NATO celebrates the 70th anniversary of its storied history – but the current multilateral structure of the alliance was not always a given. Since its 1949 inception, diplomats, politicians, and strategists have occasionally theorized a “Dumbbell” concept of NATO. What does this mean, and why did the “Dumbbell” never take shape?
On Easter Sunday, Sri Lanka was rocked by a series of eight coordinated bombings targeting the island-nation’s Christian communities, as well as foreign tourists who had planned to spend the holiday season in the country. Over 250 worshippers were murdered during Sunday mass, and well over 500 others were injured or hospitalized. Authorities have traced Read More…