As a group of thirty nations, NATO militaries are required to standardize their ammunition, logistics, tactics, and ranks to make it easier to operate as a whole. In actual combat conditions, a multinational coalition of soldiers might suddenly need to operate equipment from another member state’s military, and standardizing equipment ensures their ability to keep Read More…
A discussion on the fragile trajectory of peace in Afghanistan and the Doha Agreement peace deal, hosted by the NATO Association of Canada.
Guest contributor Rachel Zack provides a review of Graeme Smith’s sobering account of Canadian involvement in the war in Afghanistan. She argues that Canadian policymakers can garner important lessons from the experience and legacy he describes.
Ian and Aishwarya continue their A Short History of Nearly Everything NATO with this installation discussing NATO in Afghanistan.
John Pollock provides an in-depth look at Canada’s role in Kandahar with ISAF.
Check out the NAOC’s recap of our Reserves 2000 event!
The Canadian Armed Forces has a new top commander. Paul Pryce discusses the background of General Jonathan Vance and the implications of this appointment.
Allyson Haarstad discusses concerns about the readiness of Afghan forces
Daniel Hart on suicide in the Canadian Forces
Nil Sendil on the Canadian withdrawal from Afghanistan.