Tim Feller on the use of sports in promoting peace.
Timothy J. Feller
The Snowbirds: A Canadian Legacy
Tim Feller on the role of the Canadian Snow Birds, and their role in connecting the military to the public.
The Sci-Fi Century: War in the Twenty-First
Tim Feller on the character of 21st century conflict.
The Broken Mirror: The United States and Asymmetric Warfare
In the last of his three-part series on asymmetric warfare, Tim Feller explores the United States’ difficulty in managing asymmetric conflicts.
A Historical Case Study on Asymmetric Warfare: Were French Counter-Insurgency Tactics Successful in the Algerian War of Independence?
In the second part of his series on asymmetric warfare, Tim Feller explores which lessons can be learned from French counterinsurgency during the Algerian War (1954-1962).
Guerillas of the Mist: The Character of Asymmetric Warfare
In the first of a three-part series on asymmetric warfare, Tim Feller examines the character of asymmetric warfare.
Beyond the NATO Mission: The Future of Afghanistan’s Security
Tim Feller investigates the future of Afghanistan’s security as NATO forces prepare to withdraw.
Finding A Few Good Men and Women: The Revival of the Canadian Officers’ Training Corps
Tim Feller on why Canadian universities should restart The Canadian Officers’ Training Corps programme.
The Canadian Officers’ Training Corps – An Imperial History
Tim Feller on the historical significance of The Canadian Officers’ Training Corps programme.
Bloodsport: The Human Impulse for War and Modern Sport
Tim Feller on why war still pulsates through cultures.