TABLE OF CONTENTS 2010 issue 6

BY CHRIS MACLEAN

One of the most important decisions facing governments of “the west” is how to handle the dangerous unrest in the middle east, particularly Afghanistan.

BY HUDSON ON THE HILL

War is much more than the deployment and sustainment of military forces.

BY HUGH SEGAL

Our capacity to project, protect and engage is undermined and weakened without a strong Armed Forces.

BY ANDRÉ DUPUIS

Modern warfare is critically reliant on space, not as a force multiplier, but as a fundamental enabler of operations.

BY JIM CURTIN

Failure to get troops what they need to survive can mean lost lives.

BY KEN POLE

Controversy over Canada’s next-­generation fighter aircraft, is it valid?

BY RAdm BRUCE JOHNSTON

Canada will be without naval capability unless naval builds are accelerated.

BY ANDREW WARDEN

Multi-national naval efforts provide humanitarian aid, deter terrorism.

BY DON MACNAMARA

National Security responsibilities now challenge the ‘whole of government’.

BY BLAIR WATSON

Today’s Afghanistan is the product of ­generations of epic struggles, historical ironies, and a myriad of successes and ­failures – military and other.

BY CLAUDE BACHAND

Serious problems were raised at NATO’s Parliamentary Assembly.

BY PAUL McKAY

The importance of the human vs machine interface increases in complex systems.

BY FRONTLINE

News from companies and militaries.