Is the ‘2 percent’ rule an effective way to measure a member State’s commitment to NATO? Eric Jackson explores how political manipulation in current defence spending misrepresents a nation’s military readiness and suggests a broader definition for security expenditures.
Tag: national defence
On Thin Ice: Canadian Arctic Sovereignty and Security in a Circumpolar World
In this article, author Mary Peplinski discusses the shortfalls of Canada’s Arctic policy relating to infrastructure development and national defense. The article also discusses the implications and consequences for northern communities and the Canadian public if a stronger stance towards Canadian Arctic sovereignty is not adopted.
Talk to a Diplomat: Episode with Ms. Clare Lopez
Ms. Clare Lopez provides advice to the students interested in pursuing a career with the Central Intelligence Agency.
‘Killer Robots’ and the Future of Security
Ian is discussing the positive impacts that Artificial Intelligence and Lethal Autonomous Weapon Systems could play in the future of security and combat.