As NATO nations battle over “burden sharing,” Arjun Singh explores the ‘2%’ spending rule and Donald Trump’s record on ensuring allies meet it.
Nick Raffey discusses how increasingly affordable consumer drones are affecting the battlefield and how the anti-drone industry is growing because of it.
Ukraine’s Ambassador to Canada, H.E. Andriy Shevchenko, talks about his prior experiences as a journalist and politician, and why he believes Russia poses an existential threat to the West.
In this interview, Andrii Veselovskyi, the Consul General of Ukraine in Toronto, talks to Michele Di Leo about his career in diplomacy, and how Russian aggression in Eastern Ukraine has ramifications for Canada’s security and global stability.
Russia’s new human rights ombudsman promises to defend Russians abroad and fight subversion at home.
Jenny Yang reviews Kat Argo’s documentary ‘Polite People’ (2014), a fascinating look at the Ukraine conflict featuring interviews with pro-Russian foreign fighters.
In Part I of this exclusive interview, Dr. Taras Kuzio talks about what the Paris attacks, Minsk II, and Russia’s intervention in Syria mean for Ukraine, as well as NATO’s involvement in the Ukraine conflict.
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.
Kelly Rahardja reviews a research paper from the NATO Defense College discussing the potential for a Russian attack in Central Asia.
Is Donbas more trouble than it’s worth? Matt Korda investigates why neither the Ukrainians nor the Russians seem keen to prop up the region.