Part two of Conor Smith’s analysis of drone development in Canada touches upon the moral and legal issues surrounding their deployment.
Foreign Policy and Procurement: Two Sides of the Same Coin
Conor Smith explains how and why Canada’s incoherent foreign policy has undermined Canadian defence procurement.
NATO and Global Markets for Defence Technology
Conor Smith analyzes the cooperative arms trade among NATO member states.
On JUSTAS and Justice: Drones in the Canadian Armed Forces, Part One
Conor Smith weighs in on the status of drone development in Canada.
Changing Course: The Christmas Tree Effect and the Future of Procurement for the Canadian Soldier
Conor Smith sheds light on various ongoing Canadian Forces soldier systems modernization projects.
Jets, Ships, Tanks, and … Boots? On “Everyday” Procurement for the Canadian Armed Forces
Conor Smith reveals a growing trend of neglect affecting the Canadian Forces.
Canadian Innovation and the DARPA Model
A comparative analysis of Canadian and US defense research and development programs.
Eisenhower’s Warning: Part 2
Part 2 of Conor Smith’s analysis of the emergence and evolution of the Military Industrial Complex.
Eisenhower’s Warning: Part 1
Conor Smith analyses the Military Industrial Complex as a function of convergent political and economic factors.
Network-Enabled Operations and the Path Towards Total Interoperability
Conor Smith analyses the significance of network enabled operations in states’ military and defense apparatus.