CATEGORIES

(2020,
issue 2)
BY EUGENE GERDEN

In a move intended to bring Russia to the level of modern armies of the West, its military is ready to begin the next stage of massive reforms of its national armed forces to ensure their active development within the next decade, according to recent statements made by Russian military commanders and local defence analysts.

(2020,
issue 2)
BY ROBBIN LAIRD
The Case of the U.S. Navy

The shift from land wars to conflicts in contested air and sea spaces, means new concepts of operations and systems are developing, and this requires collaboration between the services. 

(2020,
issue 2)
BY HUDSON ON THE HILL

The JSS project timeline is much longer than it should be, but is well underway. So why, after all this time, did the House ask PBO to review costs?

(2020,
issue 2)
BY ARIE EGOZI

Israel is using nano satellites to monitor for hostile missile launch preparations, and is developing cruise missiles to add to its defence arsenal of long-range ballistic missiles.

NATO Diplomacy
(2020,
issue 2)
BY DARREN HAWCO

As adversaries utilize increasingly technological tactics, NATO needs to consider deterrence from the lens of today and not the past, to evolve its role as an international actor, and to reassess the capabilities required to deter potential adversary actions across the entire spectrum of hostile measures.

(2020,
issue 2)

Although COVID-19 has had a significant impact across Canada, the National Shipbuilding Strategy (NSS) has made significant progress in 2020. The question now, is what will the headwinds be like, in 2021 and beyond?

(2020,
issue 2)

Many leadership changes in your defence community in 2020. The following highlight DND/CAF, Rockwell Collins, Samuel Associates, Thales Canada, MDA, Deloitte Canada, Federal Fleet Services, and Boeing Canada.