writers

(2018,
issue 3)
DAVID BERCUSON

While some nations work at putting conflict behind them, others work harder to achieve global dominance.

(2018,
issue 1)
DAVID BERCUSON

Is NATO preparing to deal with the rise of political autarchy? A look at the options available under current constraints.

(2017,
issue 00)
DAVID BERCUSON

All governments subsidize airplane manufacturers, but political entanglements are jeopardizing the “fairness” of a major competition, writes David Bercuson.

(2017,
issue 00)
DAVID BERCUSON

The biggest obstacle to passage of Canadian Arctic waters is the lack of both navigation facilities and rescue services, and this requires heavy icebreakers, notes David Bercuson.

(2017,
issue 00)
DAVID BERCUSON

The effort to replace Canada’s fighter jets is reaching new depths of hilarity, writes David Bercuson.

(2017,
issue 00)
DAVID BERCUSON

Canada should resist the temptation to follow America's renewed effort in Afghanistan, notes David Bercuson.

(2017,
issue 00)
DAVID BERCUSON

The Defence Policy is not perfect by any means, but it comes after exhaustive country-wide consultation, and although there are holes (procurement for one), David Bercuson says there is nothing to dislike.

(2017,
issue 00)
DAVID BERCUSON

By putting "people" first, the new Defence Policy is a clearer statement of priorities than we have seen in many years. Short on who, what, where, when, why and how, the rest of the report is weak, says David Bercuson.

(2017,
issue 00)
DAVID BERCUSON

The Liberal promise to re-engage Canadian troops in UN peacekeeping ventures seems to have gone the way of most of their defence promises – unfulfilled, delayed or just plain forgotten.

(2017,
issue 00)
DAVID BERCUSON

Miniaturization of nuclear weapons and their combination with precision-guided munitions in an attempt to make them “safer” is a most dangerous road, says David Bercuson.