In light of the latest wave of environmental emergencies gripping the country, David Lazzam examines the possibility of introducing substantial climate security goals to our national defence policy. Do the world’s militaries have a role to play in climate change prevention?
As the weapon of disinformation is becoming more commonly used by Russia, will it weaken political legitimacy among NATO members?
With the possibility that Canadian security forces may be deployed to Mali in order to aid a UN peacekeeping mission, it is necessary to understand what this mission would entail. Nabil Bhatia explains the Malian conflict and analyzes the moral and strategic dilemmas faced by the Canadian government in making this decision.
As Canada continues to prepare for leading a major NATO mission in Latvia. Here are 6 things you should know.
Canada has been criticized for not contributing enough money to international defence, but do defence expenditures truly reflect Canada’s contribution.
Stefan Konrad explores the controversy surrounding the further politicization of the F-35 program.
What is Canada’s role in international peacekeeping? Sabrina Natale discusses the 2016 United Nations Peacekeeping Defence Ministerial in London.
The HMCS Athabaskan has had a long successful career. With the destroyer’s retirement looming, Canada’s Navy will face significant limitations on its capabilities for the next several years.
How does politics slow the procurement process down? Marissa Young discusses the implications of Ottawa’s most recent shift away from the F-35.
Demyan Plakhov analyzes Minister Harjit Sajjan’s meeting on renewing the Canadian Defence Policy.