In the final part of his two article series, Andrew Chisholm further dissects the NATO Training Mission in Afghanistan.
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Enko Koceku on NATO’s Cyber Defense policy and it’s implications
Andrew Chisholm discusses the challenges and progress made by the NATO training mission – Afghanistan.
Milosz Zak explores the issues faced by the national shipbuilding strategy in a time of fiscal uncertainty.
Kyle MacDonald on how the Canadian Primary Reserve can be utilized as a policy instrument for mobilization and reducing personal costs in a time of fiscal restraint.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper wrapped up a two-day visit to Senegal on October 12, his first trip to Sub-Saharan Africa since attending the 2007 Commonwealth Summit in Uganda.
Public Safety Canada and the Department of Homeland Security in the United States recently announced the Cyber Security Action Plan of 2012, a bilateral initiative designed to improve both countries’ cyber security forces and protect mutually vulnerable digital infrastructure. This plan indicates that cyber security threats are not bound by national boundaries or confined to Read More…
In July 2011, the Canadian Forces completed their decade long combat deployment in Afghanistan as part of the NATO-led International Security Assistance Force. While the Government of Canada has kept 950 individuals in Kabul on board as advisors for Afghan army training personnel, one must wonder what lies on the horizon for the Canadian Armed Read More…
Canada and the UK recently signed a memorandum detailing their intention to find ways to cooperate in providing consular services in countries where one or the other does not have representation. The announcement prompted a great deal of commentary, on many different aspects of the move.
Please join us from 6:00-8:30pm on the evening of November 21st at Hazelton Place for a discussion on Canada’s initiatives to integrate women into its domestic and international defence policies. This conference will explore the barriers female combatants face both in their employment in Canada and their operational deployment in Afghanistan. Furthermore, it will consider Read More…