In this interesting publication, Taylor Allen forecasts the possibility of a NATO without American leadership amidst serious claims and criticisms from President Donald Trump.
Coffee Talk: Immigration and Displacement
Fadi Dawood, Michael Lumbers, Emmerson Murray, and Layla Wahbi discuss the latest in immigration politics.
An Unfriendly Reminder: American Displeasure Over Brexit
Anthony Galea explores American concerns over the United Kingdom’s possible exit from the European Union.
The True North and Southern Katipo
While NATO’s Trident Juncture grabs the headlines, Paul Pryce discusses Canadian engagement in the multilateral exercise Southern Katipo.
Land Reclamation in the South China Sea, Beijing Continues to Assert Historic Claims
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.
The Next Snowbirds
In Paul Pryce’s 100th article for the NAOC, he discusses the possible replacements of the CT-144 Tutors flown by Canada’s Snowbirds.
ISAF in Kandahar: Canada’s Counterinsurgency Doctrine in Afghanistan
John Pollock provides an in-depth look at Canada’s role in Kandahar with ISAF.
China’s Commemoration of WWII Reveals How History Informs Xi Jinping’s Worldview
John Pollock explains the significance of the 2015 Victory Day parade in Beijing, and how it is shaping the future of Asia’s worldview.
Canadian Arctic Mobility: In for the Long Haul?
Paul Pryce points out the need for Canadian defence planners to step up the Domestic and Arctic Mobility Enhancement project.
Drones: The Best Defence Canada Doesn’t Have- Part II: The collateral damage from warring with drones
In Part II of III, Kelsey Berg discusses the rapid expansion of military drones, and its drawbacks.