WRITERS

(2017,
issue 2)
BY CASEY BRUNELLE [field_writer2]

Fundamental advice for the debate on responses to an active shooter situation.

(2017,
issue 2)
BY CASEY BRUNELLE [field_writer2]

A flood of truth complexes intended to shape hearts and minds of voters is overpowering the value of balanced information and empowering a trend towards the Positive Feedback loop and unilateral policy-making. 

(2017,
issue 1)
BY CASEY BRUNELLE [field_writer2]

A look at the dangers posed by reckless security policy and the evident lack of contextual understanding by top policymakers.

(2015,
issue 2)
BY CASEY BRUNELLE [field_writer2]

There is an urgent need for new solutions to improve the safety and security of humanitarian healthcare workers deployed in the field.

(2015,
issue 1)
BY CASEY BRUNELLE [field_writer2]

The contentious RCMP purchase and allocation of modern assault weapons continues into 2015. In a 2011 memorandum to RCMP members, then Commissioner William Elliott wrote of “gaps in our operational firearms capabilities.” Yet four and a half years later, the carbines are difficult to find among RCMP patrolling officers qualified to operate them.

(2015,
issue 1)
BY CASEY BRUNELLE [field_writer2]

A look at the Minsk Protocol (Minsk I) to stop fighting in Donbass, the implementation of the internationally-brokered Minsk II package (February 2015), and efforts of the Security Council.

(2014,
issue 2)
BY CASEY BRUNELLE [field_writer2]

With experience in a wide range of operational environments, from Afghanistan and Iraq to post-Hurricane Katrina disaster response, the National Guard has proven instrumental in achieving objectives set both by state and federal authorities.