Event summary of our Women in Security and Peacekeeping panel discussion on Wednesday, December 9, 2015.
In her debut article, Julie-Anne examines the strategic underpinnings of Japan’s 2016 defence budget
Arctic Council member states struck an historic agreement in New London, Connecticut. Paul Pryce discusses the implications for Canada.
John Pollock examines the increasingly assertive maritime role of China in the South China Sea and the historical prism through which Beijing approaches the region.
Paul Pryce writes that governments are risking the Port of Churchill falling into disuse, losing a spoke in Canada’s logistics wheel.
In the second part of his coverage on the CFDS, Jonas looks examines its successes and failures nearly a decade later
US President Barack Obama’s recent visit to Alaska should add urgency to Canada’s icebreaker update, Paul Pryce writes.
In the first half of a two part series, Jonas looks at the intentions of the 2006 Canada First Defence Plan
Margaret looks at how British defence spending will be affected by the Single Source Regulation Office
With Operation Nanook 2015 underway, Paul Pryce discusses this historic mission and the viability of a military presence in Tuktoyaktuk.