Paul Pryce explains how Russia’s eastern Mediterranean task force reflects the poor state of that country’s navy.
With Ukrainian troops set to remain in Afghanistan beyond 2014, Paul Pryce assesses the state of NATO-Ukraine relations.
As the debate on NATO’s future continues, Paul Pryce proposes a maritime future for the Alliance.
On August 11th, Mali successfully held elections. Paul Pryce analyzes the results and their implications for international aid efforts.
With piracy threatening trade in Southeast Asia, Paul Pryce highlights the need for a more structured regional response.
With the threat of piracy in the Gulf of Guinea on the rise, the race is on to develop a regional solution. Paul Pryce looks at the recent progress.
Canada continues to experience trouble with replacing its maritime helicopters. Paul Pryce explores the latest challenges.
Admiral James Stavridis, recently retired, has proposed a new structure for the US military, including a Cyber Force. But Paul Pryce expresses some concerns.
With the future of Canada’s submarine fleet uncertain, Paul Pryce looks at ways to preserve this defence capability.
With procurement issues complicating plans to update the Royal Canadian Navy, Paul Pryce suggests looking to foreign shipyards for a production boost.