Efficient mental-health programs can have a significant impact on the psychological well-being of soldiers. In this article, Stephanie Gomes provides a more thorough explanation of these programs, while also encouraging more efforts to be made on the part of the Department of National Defence as well as Canadians.
The recently-signed Convention on the Legal Status of the Caspian Sea has the potential for far-reaching effects, both in the region and throughout Europe. The way this decades-old dispute was solved With security, energy, legal and economic issues at play, it is important to understand what has been resolved, and what is still at stake.
Brigadier-General Greg Smith and his staff in Belgium agreed to discuss Canada’s role in NATO, NATO’s institutional structure, and Canada’s place in the world with Isabelle Ava-Pointon.
In her most recent article, Isabelle-Ava Pointon discusses bilingualism in the Canadian Armed Forces. With increased legislation and heightened cultural significance, bilingualism within the CAF appears to be increasing. Despite this, barriers still remain towards achieving a completely bilingual military.
Isabelle Ava-Pointon discusses the ongoing situation in Ukraine, and why joint Canadian-Ukrainian military operations like UNIFIER are still important for maintaining security within the region.
Touraj Riazi’s interview on Canada’s Defence Policy with Gen (Ret’d) Henault, a member of the Minister’s Advisory Panel for Canada’s 2017 Defence Policy Review.