Stefan Konrad explores the controversy surrounding the further politicization of the F-35 program.
Stefan Konrad is a Research Analyst with the NATO Association of Canada. Previously, he was the Defence Procurement Program Editor and a Junior Research Fellow focusing on defence procurement issues. He has an M.A. in Intelligence and Security Studies from the University of Brunel and a Honours B.A. in Political Science from Trinity Western University.
The NATO Association of Canada presents “Canada in the World: Youth Dialogue on Emerging International Security Challenges”
In the fourth article of a series on Enhanced Interrogation Techniques, Stefan Konrad discusses by former FBI Agent Ali Soufan and his criticism of EITs.
In the NAOC’s latest water cooler, our program editors debate whether global power is shifting from the United States to China.
In part three of a series on Enhanced Interrogation Techniques, Stefan Konrad examines the heated debate that has emerged over the past decade and a half.
In the latest water cooler, the NAOC team debates how Western Governments should address the Islamic State’s growing influence on social media.
In the second part of a two article series, Stefan Konrad examines Colt’s financial problems and declining market share.
Will the Iran Nuclear Deal make the world a safer place? Or is it a weak agreement with strong geopolitical backlash? Our Editors weigh in.
In part one of a two article series, Stefan Konrad explores the corporate history and financial struggles of Colt’s Manufacturing Company.
Our Editors and special contributor, Col. Lawrence Wilkerson, debate who poses the greatest threat to global stability: ISIS, Russia or China?