As debate continues, Misha Boutilier examines how Canada can contribute to the mission IS.
Misha Boutilier discusses state-building in the Central African Republic.
Misha Boutilier discusses the impact that reduced military spending will have in the US and Canada.
Misha Boutilier analyzes the differences between the reserve forces of Canada and Ukraine.
Misha Boutilier argues that Canada needs to send peacekeeping troops or at least logistical support to the current peacekeeping mission in the Central African Republic.
By mandating large defence cuts while keeping personnel and capital expenses fixed, the government has ensured that the readiness of the Forces will suffer.
Misha Boutilier argues that Reserves need not serve as a base for mass mobilization, they should instead continue in their role of augmenting the Regular Force, while also expanding their ability to complement Regular Force skills.
Misha Boutilier discusses how reducing the Department of National Defence’s budget is going to impact Canada’s hard power capability.
Misha Boutilier traces the dramatic evolution of the Canadian militia in a global context.
The Central African Republic was once considered a success story for conflict prevention, but with mass killing in the streets of capital city Bangui, Misha Boutilier revisits the issue.