Is the F-35 the right fighter jet for Canada? A comparison of the Lockheed Martin F-35 Lightening II and the Boeing F/A-18 Super Hornet.
Trevor Schenk recently completed my M.A. in Political Science/International Relations at McMaster University. Before that he completed his B.A. in Political Science and History at McMaster University. During his graduate studies, Trevor traveled to Japan to do research on the Fukushima nuclear disaster and its effects on the local population. He wrote his Major Research Paper on the role of Private Military Companies operating in Iraq and their effect on U.S. and coalition counterinsurgency strategy during the 2003 war. Trevor’s main interests are in security studies, specifically the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq and the Global War on Terror. Other interests include Canadian/U.S. foreign policy, as well as military and strategic studies.
Theories of security and insecurity, why the EU has taken a security based approach to combating irregular migration from North Africa.
A discussion of the role NATO is playing in Ukraine and what the crisis means for the future of the Alliance.
A discussion of Europe’s policy of increased security and militarization of its borders to combat the growing number of irregular migrants trying to reach its shores from Africa.
Drones, targeted killings and counterterrorism strategy: A cost benefit analysis of America’s drone war against terrorism.
Trevor Schenk on why Ballistic Missile Defense is still a bad idea for Canada.
A discussion on what is wrong with Canada’s Arctic policy and why a fresh policy approach is necessary.
Are homegrown jihadists the new emerging threat? A look at the potential threat of homegrown jihadists to Canadian, US, and EU national security.
Can ISIS be stopped? A look at the potential options for the U.S. in dealing with ISIS and the crisis in Iraq.
A look at the new Russian security doctrine, its impact on Ukraine and its potential consequences for future uprisings and revolutions.