writers

(2022,
issue Books)
ALEXANDER LANDRY

Author Daniel A. Sjursen's strong-worded narrative of American history makes a credible effort to close “the gap between what scholars know and what students learn” and writes in a way that non-historians will appreciate. Of particular interest to soldiers and officers of any Western military, the book outlines the foundations for many decisions that led to actual deployments across recent generations. Accordingly, he writes that “the stories we tell about ourselves and our forebears inform the sort of country we think we are, the public policy we craft, and even what we imagine possible”.

(2022,
issue Books)
ALEXANDER LANDRY

Author Carol Off's self-proclaimed account of generals and justice in Rwanda and Yugoslavia, or perhaps a lack thereof, is a foundational review of the CAF and Canadian peacekeeping – all of which is becoming increasingly relevant once more as the world faces new complexities and hot spots, both around the globe and here at home.

(2022,
issue 1)
ALEXANDER LANDRY and LIAM PATRICK

As repercussions of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine continue to grow, we recognize that these tensions are, ironically, dangerously intertwined with energy security, and further complicated by climate change.