writers

(2018,
issue 00)
BRETT BOUDREAU

Recently, there have been earnest efforts to repair the bond with NATO, but Canada remains far from any serious consideration as the prospective source of a future NATO Secretary-General.

(2018,
BRETT BOUDREAU

Operation Medusa a new book by retired Major-General David Fraser and Brian Hanington explores otherwise well-trod ground with a first-hand account that sets out a panoply of new insights. The authors recount the many challenges of command in modern-day conflict. As reviewer Brett Boudreau notes, the unique perspective of the operational commander is compelling and adds much to our understanding.

(2017,
issue 00)
BRETT BOUDREAU

Rather than encourage accountability, accumulated flaws of the antiquated Access to Information Act (ATI Act) serve to shield against transparency within the bureaucracy of government.

(2017,
issue 00)
BRETT BOUDREAU

On a list of challenges worthy of Canada's newfound chutzpah, here’s one – the unfinished mission in Afghanistan. Will Foreign Affairs Minister Freeland match the rhetoric with action on NATO's request for non-military assistance in Afghanistan?

(2016,
issue 3)
BRETT BOUDREAU

StratCom cannot erase the outcomes of bad policy and poor operational execution. A look at the successes and shortcomings of NATO Strategic Communications during the ISAF mission.