Daily archives: 31 May 2007

3 posts

The ‘Yingling’ Thesis

While I like the line of the LCol. Paul Yingling’s logic (and admire his courage), I think that his article on leadership in Armed Forces Journal is lacking in strategic context. At the same time as the Vietnam War, the ‘West’ was engaged in an eyeball-to-eyeball military standoff with the ‘East’. […]


Watching our coasts with one eye closed

The Senate Committee on National Security and Defence has recently released the latest in a series of reviews focused on maritime security. The report cogently argues for a careful delineation of responsibilities in all Canadian waters – internal and offshore – and bluntly notes: The key element of the government’s […]