In this article Bogdana Torbina traces the roots of Ukraine’s corruption and analyzes the future of anti-corruption reforms for continued Western support and Ukrainian accession to NATO and the EU in this time of war.
In this article, Alexander Lapsker examines the impacts of COVID-19 and explores the strategies and measures that Canada can undertake to enhance resilience and effectively tackle future pandemics.
In this article, Alexander Lapsker assesses the threats posed by cyber-attacks on critical infrastructure (CI) and examines the measures adopted by Canada to fortify its CI against cyber threat actors.
Introduction A protracted history of political, military, and security tensions characterize the complex and tense relationship between NATO and Russia. Right now, there is a deficit of trust between NATO and Russia, disagreements over security, regional issues and significant military build-up on both sides. From an economic and political viewpoint, Russia perceives NATO as a Read More…
Abstract: In this article, Research Analyst Andrew Erskine assesses how Chinese peacemaking attempts in Ukraine are dividing NATO members along West and East lines. In NATO’s 2022 Strategic Concept, the alliance remarked for the first time on how China posed a “systemic challenge to Euro-Atlantic interests, security, and values.” The document further illustrated how Beijing Read More…
In this infographic, NATO Junior Research Fellow Alexander Lapsker explores the concept of Hybrid Warfare, its impacts, and measures to counter it.
In this infographic, Alexander Lapsker outlines the impacts of climate change on NATO and how the organization is working to counter it.
Matthew D’Amico engages the relationship between supply chain management and the Rules-Based International Order.
Canadians may know Canada is a part of NORAD; but why are we involved? The NATO Association’s own Scott Burns spoke with Major-General Ian Patrick, former Director of NORAD Combat Operations from 1989-1992 in order to find out
This article examines NATO’s involvement in Afghanistan and Libya, assessing the motives and effectiveness of these interventions. Criticisms include a lack of coordination with stakeholders and potential economic conflicts among participating NATO members. The interventions aimed to promote security and stability but faced challenges. Lessons learned highlight the need for nuanced and context-dependent approaches in peace-building operations. The long-term impact of these interventions and their effectiveness remain subjects of ongoing debate.