In Part II, Shahryar Pasandideh discusses the structure of Israel’s reserve forces.
Canada’s Reserves: A Lesson from the U.S.?
Misha Boutilier discusses the impact that reduced military spending will have in the US and Canada.
Recruitment Woes and Officer Attrition in the Canadian Forces
Craig Moorhead discusses the dynamics of Canada’s military recruitment difficulties.
The Politics of Waging War and Reserve Force Structure Part I: The United States Army Experience
Shahryar Pasandideh looks at United States’ experience with the Total Force concept of reserve organization.
Adapting the Military to the Future of Conflict
Stuart Munnich looks at how militaries are using simulation to tackle budget cuts and the changing nature of warfare.
Reservist Employability in the Present Economic Climate
Craig Moorhead discusses the employment difficulties facing Canada’s former reservists.
Disaster Relief: A Vital Role of Canada’s Reserve Forces
Shahryar Pasandideh analyzes an oft-overlooked aspect of Canada’s reserve forces: Disaster relief.
A Last Chance to Bolster Canada’s Strategic Airlift Capabilities
Is Canada’s heavy transport fleet sufficient? Shahryar Pasandideh discusses the logic behind acquiring yet another Boeing C-17 Globemaster III aircraft.
Deterrence, Credibility and NATOs Fighter Aircraft Deployment to Eastern Europe
Shahryar Pasandideh examines the effectiveness of NATO’s Baltic Air Policing Mission in Eastern Europe.
Rebalancing the Canadian Forces: The Case of the Tank Fleet
Shahryar Pasandideh discusses the role of Canada’s tank fleet in light of the country’s fiscal situation while offering possible solutions.