In this article, Willow Hillman explores Canadian participation in ballistic missile defence and muses over whether or not Canada should develop this capability.
Willow Hillman sits down with Anita Rogers to discuss some of the long military history of the Rogers family, the modern context of some of the stories and the importance of keeping military histories alive.
In view of a potential renewal, Willow Hillman situates Canada Border Services Agency’s participation in the Border Security: Canada’s Front Line television show in the broader context of balancing national security with individual rights.
Willow Hillman discusses problems with the Canadian Defence Procurement process and how bipartisan agreement on small features of the process at the outset could represent the first step on a journey of a thousand miles.
Mainstream media fixates on the 2% of GDP benchmark for defence spending among NATO allies when it comes to determining their commitment and contribution to the alliance as a whole. Willow Hillman discussed why focusing on this specific measure distracts allies from pursuing capability-based measures of alliance contributions.