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.
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…
In the second part of his coverage on the CFDS, Jonas looks examines its successes and failures nearly a decade later
Eric looks at the consequences of the deadly 2015 Hajj stampede
In Part III of III, Kelsey Berg addresses drone development in the context of Canada’s current defence priorities.
In the first half of a two part series, Jonas looks at the intentions of the 2006 Canada First Defence Plan
In Part 3 of this ongoing series, Ian examines a draft by the Science and Technology Committee concerning emerging challenges and opportunities in the Arctic; an important issue at the upcoming Assembly in Stavanger, Norway.
In Part I of III, Kelsey Berg presents the dilemmas and benefits of the Canadian Armed Force’s future acquisition of drones.