Six fighter jets will contribute to NATO’s policing mission
Online campaign exposes fault lines within western military alliance
50 soldiers from Edmonton going as part of NATO measures, says Harper
Poland’s Foreign Minister on Russian aggression, national minorities, and why all of Europe should be concerned
Canada hasn’t yet committed to Ukraine, should it need NATO assistance
Canada will focus on helping building Afghanistan’s economy
The price tag for NATO’s new building climbed $371 million, and taxpayers may have to foot the bill
The parliamentarian and women’s rights advocate hopes for peaceful elections
In conversation with Michael Petrou
OTTAWA – The Harper government’s decision to cancel Canadian participation in two NATO surveillance programs will cost contracts in the country’s aerospace industry, newly released documents show.
National Defence was…
Decision comes amid threat of financial collapse in EU
As John Geddes notes, Lt.-Gen. Tom Lawson is an avowed fan of the F-35.
He was, for instance, asked about the plane by Conservative MP Ray Boughen during a March…
Can a debt-ridden U.S. still afford to pick up the cheque?
The Prime Minister makes his latest statement of certainty on the mission in Afghanistan.
“The end date is firm and final,” he said. “Canada will not have a military mission …
Global reports that NATO would like Canadian troops to continue training the Afghan army after 2014 and the Prime Minister is not dismissing the possibility.
It appears Prime Minister Stephen …
A new generation of militants is rising in Afghanistan, turning its sights on former allies
Peter MacKay, January 27, 2011. “We need this aircraft,” MacKay said at a joint press conference with U.S. Defence Secretary Robert Gates in Ottawa. “It is the only fifth-generation aircraft …