In order to secure its position in the East China Sea, Japan prepares to develop its own A2/AD strategy to deny maritime spaces to Chinese naval forces.
Event summary of our Women in Security and Peacekeeping panel discussion on Wednesday, December 9, 2015.
To the east, Poland, the Baltics, and Romania face threats of hybrid conflict coming from a revanchist Russia. To the south, allies such as Italy and Greece prioritize maritime security across the Mediterranean.
In this article, Anthony Galea explores the trade and economic relationship of the burgeoning Indian-Israeli defence partnership.
Elliot Cho warns of imperial nostalgia in Japan and how the constitutional bill that would allow Japan’s Self-Defense Force to take more proactive role in collective self-defense is worrisome
Could triggering Article 5 also spell the end of NATO? Matt Korda investigates how Vladimir Putin is creating and exploiting vulnerabilities within the western alliance.
The world faces a refugee crisis as the number of forcibly displaced persons tops 50 million for the first time since WWII, Kristyn Byrne investigates
In our most recent Water Cooler debate, the Editors sound off on Edward Snowden, and it gets personal. Hero, Traitor or Neither?
Trevor Schenk discusses Canada’s expanding role within NATO, and how through its contributions it is out performing most of its allies despite its modest defence budget.
The Canadian Forces has many stalled Arctic projects, but how much better are other countries in the region performing? Paul Pryce discusses.