U.K. strategic defence

The Centre for Military and Strategic Studies hosted yet another noteworthy speaker when Brigadier Chris Day, the Defence and Military Advisor to the British High Commission to Canada, visited the University of Calgary last week to discuss the past, present and future of strategic defence in the United Kingdom.With a wealth of experience at several… Continue reading U.K. strategic defence

Canadian military still obsolete

The Centre for Military and Strategic Studies continued its recent series of speakers last Thursday with an appearance by Dwight Mason, former U.S. chair of the Permanent Joint Board of Defense. The PJBD is, according to the CMSS’ Rob Hubert, “one of the most powerful bodies in terms of the U.S.-Canada defense relationship.” Having been… Continue reading Canadian military still obsolete