Aleksi Korpela explains the interconnected nature of the problems in Canadian defence procurement as an introduction to Canada’s Defence Perspectives 2020-2050: Recapitalization and the Canadian Forces.
As a follow-up piece to a previous article, Kelsey Berg discusses the sensitivities of regulating media transmission between the press and government departments.
Paul Pryce proposes revisiting the Canadian military’s definition of ‘Universality of Service’ to better ease the transition of wounded veterans to civilian life.
US President Barack Obama’s recent visit to Alaska should add urgency to Canada’s icebreaker update, Paul Pryce writes.
In the final part of a four part series, Jonas looks at the expected contributions and members of the Independent Review Panel
Paul Pryce points out the need for Canadian defence planners to step up the Domestic and Arctic Mobility Enhancement project.
In Part II of III, Kelsey Berg discusses the rapid expansion of military drones, and its drawbacks.
Kelsey Berg examines the government’s recent policy to halt public briefings from the Department of National Defence.
The early retirement of the Protecteur-class supply ships leaves the Royal Canadian Navy in a challenging position. Paul Pryce discusses the attempted solutions and their potential impact on Canada’s military readiness.
Kelsey Berg explores the threats of bioweapons, and the Defence Research and Development Canada project on stem cell research to be used as a form of battlefield tools.