In this article Griffin Cornwall analyzes the establishment of Russia’s information warfare policies and how they have impacted planning and messaging surrounding the ongoing war in Ukraine.
Significant international events—the breakup of Yugoslavia, NATO enlargement, the invasions of Afghanistan and Iraq, to name a few—occurred during Jean Chrétien’s decade as prime minister. This retrospective examines Chrétien’s foreign policy with a specific emphasis on his government’s engagement with NATO.
On June 29, 2021 the NATO Association of Canada hosted a panel discussion with Lieutenant-Colonel Melanie Lake, Task force Commander of Operation UNIFIER and Mr. Rouslan Kats, Counsellor for Political and Public Affairs at the Embassy of Canada in Ukraine. Our esteemed guests discussed the ways in which their work helps to build capacity in Read More…
In a four part series, the NATO Association of Canada discusses the advance of Russia and Ukraine’s bid to join NATO with Ukrainian Consul General Andrii Veselovskyi. The inaugural feature discusses the reality of Russian intervention in Central and Eastern Europe, and analyzes how western misconceptions and acquiesce have led to a negligent disregard of Read More…
Que se passe-t-il actuellement en Ukraine, suite à la reprise des combats entre les forces Ukrainiennes et les séparatistes ? Léo-Paul donne un bref résumé de la situation.
Ryan Atkinson discusses how Canada’s military contribution in Europe fits in NATO’s shift from reassurance to deterrence in light of persistent Russian aggressiveness.
Nick Raffey discusses the unique nature of Operation UNIFIER and some of the particular challenges of a support mission with a non-NATO member.
Canadians for Democracy in Russia present striking photos in the aftermath of the downing of Malaysian Airline Flight 17 in the separatist-controlled Donestk region in Ukraine.
What are NATO’s responses to threats in its Eastern Flank? Pierre-Olivier discusses the two major expectations from the Warsaw summit, and the implications for collective security at a time of renewed antagonism between Russia and the United States.
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.