Junior Research Fellow Lee Williamson analyzes the Arctic and Offshore Patrol Ship program procurement initiative, its criticisms and ultimately its purpose for Canada.
What do Canadian’s really know about Canada’s military? Procurement? The government’s defence budget? Through logistical analysis from two different institutes, this article by Taylor Allen seeks to find out.
Business scandals around the world have cost millions of dollars to corporations and taxpayers. What are some of the ways to avoid these conflicts in the future?
The Republicans are trying to take the role of Bank Reformists away from the Democrats. Marko Gombac explains how this political strategy highlights important problems in the west’s economy
As the IMF begins to question and evaluate its past policies, the organization is finding multiple issues with its past legacy of neoliberalism. Carter Vance looks at the ups and downs of a complex ideological relationship.
The recent Panama Papers reveal much about the level of tax evasion by corporate entities. Carter Vance looks at the need for International Coordination to protect the tax base.
The Integrity Regime ensures that Canadian defence procurement remains open, transparent, and viable. Yet what is there to ensure that Canada’s defence industry remains profitable?
John Pollock discusses Xi Jinping’s anti-corruption drive and the role it is playing in removing former President Jiang Zemin’s influence within the Communist Party ahead of China’s transition of power 2022.
Julie-Anne writes on the development of the USAF’s new bomber
John Pollock discusses the implications for China following the summer’s stock market collapse and the role played by the Communist Party.