To the east, Poland, the Baltics, and Romania face threats of hybrid conflict coming from a revanchist Russia. To the south, allies such as Italy and Greece prioritize maritime security across the Mediterranean.
To understand the resistance to feminism in Eastern Europe, it is important to examine the evolution of the international women’s movement agenda against the backdrop of Cold War tensions.
Excerpt: As the Ukraine crisis has demonstrated, we should not assume that freedom of information necessarily leads to a more open or democratic society. Information can be harnessed and manipulated by authoritarian regimes in order to generate confusion and undermine trust in government, often with unpredictable and destabilizing effects on society.
In the final installment of a three-part series, Jenny looks at “countering disinformation campaigns” during the Cold War, and the lessons we can learn from them.
In Part Two of a three-part series, Jenny examines more closely Russia’s information warfare, and the influence media had in the 2014 Ukrainian Crisis.
In the first of a three-part series, Jenny examines information warfare from the perspective of Russia.
Jenny provides a progress report on the situation of women in the NATO armed forces in relation to the UNSCR 1325. Canada both succeeds and falters.
Jenny investigates the Deschamps report on sexual harassment in the CAF. Can the “sexualized culture” described be eradicated?
Jenny Yang explores the potential of community policing in deterring lone-wolf terror attacks in Canada.
Jenny Yang discusses increased arms cooperation and the facilitation of procurement among NATO members.