Sarah Nebbal explores the NATO-Russia relationship through the lens of the security dilemma.
The dawn of a new technological revolution is here, and it appears to be completely autonomous. With the rise of artificial intelligence (AI) and autonomous weapons technology, many countries have increased their military might through a new form of an arms race that will change the face of warfare. Israel, South Korea, and the United Read More…
Michael Lumbers, Fadi Dawood, and Evon Sworesho discuss ISIS, and role Iraq’s government will have to play in bringing the fragmented society together following the liberation of Mosul.
Canada faces two program options in replacing its 79 operational CF-18 Hornets: replacing them entirely with 65 new F-35s at $17 billion to $45.8 billion or repairing the current Hornets. Currently, Canada has paid the latest payment to the F-35’s Joint Strike Fighter program, delaying the imminent decision the Liberal government faces in replacing the Read More…
Is our navy ready? Claudia Nieroda discusses the state of the state of the Canadian Navy
With The Warsaw Summit right around the corner, Lira Loloci gives us the highlights of NATO Parliamentary Assembly held in Tirana from 27-30 May. With defense, stability and cooperation high on the agenda of policy-makers, the member countries are expected to comply and help the Alliance address its 21st century challenges.
As space becomes more accessible, commercial aerospace and satellite imaging will continue to grow. Julia Peng discusses what these trends in aerospace mean for intelligence and defense.
In the wake of an ever persistent threat to security by Russian expansionist ambitions, are European nations prepared for a Casus foederis??
Will the Iran Nuclear Deal make the world a safer place? Or is it a weak agreement with strong geopolitical backlash? Our Editors weigh in.
Our Program Editors debate whether the Iraqi Army (and the militias), alongside the US-led coalition, are actually making progress in the fight against IS.