Paul Pryce looks at the implications of INS Baaz, an Indian naval base recently established near the Strait of Malacca.
With the UAE and Qatar preparing to buy fourth-generation fighter jets, Paul Pryce looks at the Gulf region’s growing gap in air power.
Paul Pryce looks at the future development of the Royal Canadian Navy, focusing on the procurement of new combat vessels.
Paul Pryce on the Albanian Navy and its efforts to address narcotics trafficking.
Paul Pryce looks at the different roles corvettes play in the maritime forces of the Gulf states and Iran.
Paul Pryce explores the implications of piracy on the coastlines of Benin and Togo and suggests some possible solutions.
“Paul Pryce discusses the role of HMCS Toronto in the fight against drug smuggling in the Arabian Sea.
This article is a part of The Hunt for Strategic September, a week of analysis on the relevance of strategic guidance to today’s maritime strategy(ies).
As debate over the United States’ new Littoral Combat Ships continues, Paul Pryce looks at Canada’s equivalencies.
Following the announcement that Canada supports but will not participate in a Syrian intervention, Paul Pryce suggests revisiting the Amphibious Assault Ship Project