HMS Queen Elizabeth’s maiden voyage to the South China Sea is indicative of the UK’s new global posture. But is it spreading itself too thin? Elliott Simpson presents the pros and cons of the UK’s recent tilt to Asia, and to a modern military.
Does Canada’s Defence Policy provide the Army with a force size and equipment required to confront challenges facing Canadian?
Military victories against ISIS in Iraq and Syria should not be interpreted as independent predictors of victory. Roderick discusses the liberation of Fallujah in the greater context of the war against ISIS.
Seeking the best methods for maximizing capabilities on the modern battlefield. Matthew Sherlock-Hubbard discusses the potential limitations, technical advantages, and overall benefit of the Canadian Army’s new Tactical Armoured Patrol Vehicles (TAPV).
Eimi Harris describes India’s commitment to open combat roles to women in the Indian military and the impact this could have on military culture.
Event summary of our Women in Security and Peacekeeping panel discussion on Wednesday, December 9, 2015.
Two years since the conflict began, Ukraine now faces an influx of soldiers suffering from PTSD and mental health issues. Kelly Rahardja examines the challenges in dealing with this growing problem.
Hasan Siddiqui guides the discussion of shifting U.S. policy in Syria, tying in Iran’s nuclear programme negotiations and discontentment from America’s regional allies.
Hasan Siddiqui highlights the newfound success of Syrian rebel groups in the North, what it comes with, and what it means for the current regime and potentially Syria’s future.
Hasan Siddiqui’s outlook on the current situation in the Levant and Hezbollah’s capacity therein.