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Summer 2023 NATO Association of Canada-Canadian Army Journal Co-Publication Released

The NATO Association of Canada is pleased to announce the publication of its summer 2023 publication, Cutting through the Haze: Grey Zone Operations and Contemporary Threats. Produced in collaboration with the Canadian Army Journal (CAJ), the volume explores grey zone operations and other dimensions of today’s threat landscape. The grey zone, which the volume describes Read More…


The NATO Association of Canada Launches Its Summer Internship Program

The NATO Association of Canada is delighted to announce the start of its summer 2023 internship program.  With the launch of the summer internship, the NATO Association of Canada welcomes ten new interns to the team: Aryan Aggarwal Danté Benjamin-Jackson Matthew D’Amico Megan Keli Meverest Lin Mark Davis Madarang Pablo Aly Sayani Riya Shah Aimee Read More…


NATO Association of Canada Intern Alyssa Nurse Wins Two Prestigious Awards

The NATO Association of Canada is delighted to celebrate the recent achievements of Alyssa Nurse, a fourth-year undergraduate student at the University of Toronto and current intern at the NATO Association of Canada.  In honour of combined academic, extra-curricular, and professional excellence, Alyssa received from Experiential & Work-Integrated Learning Ontario (EWO) the Co-op/WIL/EL Student of Read More…

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Short Loops and Tall Tales: TikTok, Disinformation, and the New Face of War Reporting

Why has TikTok become a hub for disinformation during the Russo-Ukrainian War? In this article, Jack Burnham discusses the rise of the social media platform, its influence on the information space, and how it has reshaped war reporting.

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A Brief History of Canada’s Armed Forces and its Indigenous Peoples

As the country observes its first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, Caleigh Wong explores the history between Canada’s Armed Forces and its Indigenous peoples. From Oka to the Proud Boys, repeated disappointments in the Forces’ commitment to protect all Canadians demands greater efforts for reconciliation in the military and across all federal institutions.

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Are sanctions an effective means of curbing illegal behaviour by ‘rogue state’?

This week, we challenged the NATO Association of Canada’s Editors for their take on a thorny and challenging topic, namely: Are sanctions an effective means of curbing illegal behaviour by ‘rogue state’? Ditch the Logic Arjun Singh At its root, the question is empirical. Sanctions are effective only if, in cases where used, a desired Read More…