In a series on Arctic security, Paul Pryce discusses the lack of a sustained Coast Guard presence in the Canadian and US-claimed areas of the Arctic.
In a series on Arctic security, Paul Pryce argues that Nunavut requires two
things to attain self-sufficiency: market access and devolution.
In the first of a new series on Canada’s North, Paul Pryce discusses the
precarious situation of Manitoba’s northern port – and what can be done to
Airbases, Arctic warfare troops, and air-defence systems. Aleksi Korpela maps out Russia’s militarization of the Arctic from Pechenga to Wrangel Island.
Here is a summary of the panel event entitled ‘NATO, Russia and the Future of Scandinavian Defence’ that was held in Montreal on the January 7, 2016.
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 the third of a four part series, Jonas considers the Defence Acquisition Guide and its potential impact on the future capabilities of the Canadian Forces
Sandy Vingoe explores the rise of the Arctic to the forefront of international affairs
Hasan Siddiqui articulates Russia’s military ambitions, contextualizes it within the broader geopolitical situation in Europe as well as analysing NATO’s attitude towards it.
The Canadian Forces has many stalled Arctic projects, but how much better are other countries in the region performing? Paul Pryce discusses.