With last weekend’s Allied airstrikes on Syria, a very limited response was made to Assad’s chemical attack on Douma. Was it too little, too late? Is there no “red line” to prevent future WMD usage?
Editors from the NATO Association examine the effects that tariffs and a possible trade war would have on America’s allies and what this means for free trade in the world.
Edward Tat interviews Ian Bradbury, founder of the 1st New Allied Expeditionary Force, on the deteriorating situation in post-Daesh Iraq and the subsequent need for peace-building and deradicalization efforts.
With Russian nuclear-capable aircraft aggressively reconnoitering Canadian airspace near the North Pole, any accidental entanglement with Santa’s sleigh remains a cause for concern.
Grab 18 surplus Hornets from Australia by 2019 and launch a new replacement competition to conclude in 2022 with deliveries in 2025. Will this end the tired debate?
The 45th President of the United States has proven to be unpredictable when it comes to foreign affairs. Some of our editors comment on what this might mean during his 13-day trip through Asia.
Our editor’s comment on Israel and the United States exiting UNESCO.
China’s Top Gun rip-off was a box-office dud, yet its involvement with the Chinese air force reveals grand political ambitions.
The Liberal government fumbled their attempt to fulfill their election promises to promptly and appropriately outfit the RCAF with badly-needed fighter planes. Now, they must scramble to save face.
As the situation in Catalonia continues to develop, our editor’s comment on the Spanish government’s response.