Samer Khurshid details Canada’s Arctic Doctrine pertaining to Sovereignty, security and Regional Economic Development.
In the latest part of his series on Canada’s Arctic, Paul Pryce examines how the Yukon Territory can be better integrated into the country’s economy.
Airbases, Arctic warfare troops, and air-defence systems. Aleksi Korpela maps out Russia’s militarization of the Arctic from Pechenga to Wrangel Island.
Here is a summary of the panel event entitled ‘NATO, Russia and the Future of Scandinavian Defence’ that was held in Montreal on the January 7, 2016.
The Canadian Forces Aerospace Warfare Centre is exploring the potential for airships to patrol Canada’s Arctic. Paul Pryce discusses the feasibility.
Arctic Council member states struck an historic agreement in New London, Connecticut. Paul Pryce discusses the implications for Canada.
A Conference entitled ‘NATO and the New Arc of Crisis’ took place on October 28 and 29 in Madrid, the NATO Association of Canada thanks YATA, the Real Instituto Elcano, and the Fundación Botín for their efforts in organizing this fruitful conference.
Paul Pryce writes that governments are risking the Port of Churchill falling into disuse, losing a spoke in Canada’s logistics wheel.
The Canadian Department of National Defence (DND) is looking at bolstering its contributions to the joint US-Canada North American Aerospace Defence Command (NORAD). The Pentagon is open to Canada’s playing an increased role in the Arctic, particularly in the fields of multi-sensor systems for detecting incoming ballistic missiles, ships and aircraft. Endorsed by a rare Read More…
US President Barack Obama’s recent visit to Alaska should add urgency to Canada’s icebreaker update, Paul Pryce writes.