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The World Won't Wait: Why Canada Needs to Rethink Its International Policies
New Perspectives on Liberal Peacebuilding
Dilemmas of Statebuilding: Confronting the Contradictions of Postwar Peace Operations
At War's End: Building Peace After Civil Conflict
Articles, Book Chapters, and Policy Papers
European Populism and the Return of ‘Illiberal Sovereignty’: A Case-Study of Hungary
European populist leaders and movements often extol the virtues of sovereignty, but how exactly are they using this term?
Canadian Views on China: From Ambivalence to Distrust
Chatham House, July 2020. Canadian attitudes towards China have soured dramatically, marking a new phase in Canada-China relations.
Navigating the New World Disorder: Canada’s Post-Pandemic Foreign Policy
Geopolitical shifts accelerated by the pandemic crisis pose serious foreign-policy challenges for Canada.
The Right to Dominate: How Old Ideas about Sovereignty Pose New Challenges for World Order
International Organization 74:3 (Summer 2020), pp. 453-489.
Review of “Braver Canada: Shaping Our Destiny in a Precarious World"
International Journal 7:3 (September 2020), pp. 444–446.
Disunited Democracies Cannot Face the Challenge of China
Chatham House, June 2020. Democratic states must settle on an approach to China that combines clarity of purpose, resolve and restraint.
Can Middle Powers Save the Liberal World Order?
Chatham House, June 2019. Many middle powers have been warning about threats to the rules-based order. Now they need to act.
Alone in the World? Making Sense of Canada’s Disputes with Saudi Arabia and China
International Journal 74:1 (March 2019), pp. 151-161. What do these disputes say about Canada's place in a changing world order?
Canada Is on the Front Lines of Challenges to Rule of Law
Chatham House, January 2019. China’s "hostage diplomacy" poses a challenge to all countries that uphold the rule of law.
In Thomas G. Weiss and Sam Dawes, eds., The Oxford Handbook of the United Nations, 2nd ed. (Oxford University Press, 2018).
The Promise and Perils of Justin Trudeau's Foreign Policy
In Norman Hillmer and Philippe Lagassé, eds., Justin Trudeau and Canadian Foreign Policy (Palgrave, 2018), pp.17-29.
Why Canada Needs a Global Education Strategy
International Journal 73:1 (March 2018), pp. 146-157.
Global Education for Canadians: Equipping Young Canadians to Succeed at Home & Abroad
Report of the Study Group on Global Education, co-chaired by Roland Paris and Margaret Biggs, 2017.
The Blurry Boundary between Peacebuilding and the Responsibility to Protect
In Alex J. Bellamy and Tim Dunne, eds., Oxford Handbook on the Responsibility to Protect (Oxford University Press, 2016), pp. 509-52.
A Transforming World
Introductory chapter in Roland Paris and Taylor Owen, eds., The World Won’t Wait: Why Canada Needs to Rethink Its International Policies