Peer-reviewed publications by CIPS members: 


Abrahamsen, R., & Williams, Michael C. (2023). Transnational Nationalists: Building a Global Radical Right. Political Insights,14(3), 28-31.

Abrahamsen, R., & Chimhandamba, B. (2023). Canada and the African Union: Towards a Shared Agenda. Canadian Journal of African Studies,57(3), 731-747.

Abrahamsen, R., Chimhandamba, B., & Chipato, F. (Eds.). (2023). The African Union, Pan-Africanism, and the Liberal World (Dis)Order: Past, Present and Future. Global Studies Quarterly,3(3).

Abrahamsen, R., Chimhandamba, B., & Chipato, F. (2023). Introduction: The African Union, Pan-Africanism, and the Liberal World (Dis)Order. In Abrahamsen, R., Chimhandamba, B., & Chipato, F. (Eds.). Global Studies Quarterly,3(3), 1-10.

Akbari, A. (2023). Situating Data: A Critique of Universalist Approaches to Data. In Jones, P., & Osborne, T. (Eds.). A Research Agenda for Digital Geographies. Edward Elgar Publishing, 127-132.


Bado, A. B. (2023). Designing Election Management Bodies for Post-Conflict Electoral Processes to Consolidate Peace. In African Journal of Democracy and Election Research (AJDER),4(2), 5-31.

Baranyi, S., & Pueugue Simo, A. (2023). Le Plaidoyer des Personnes en Situation de Handicap pour l’ODD 16+. Revue internationale des études du développement,253(3), 119-142.

Baranyi, S. (2023). Disabled Persons Organisations’ Advocacy for SDG 16+: Levers for Change and/or Drops in a Neo-Liberal Bucket? In Donais, T., Edgar, A.D., & Van Houten, K. (Eds.). Sustainable Development Goal 16 and the Global Governance of Violence: Critical Reflections on the Uncertain Future of Peace. Routledge, Chapter 6.

Masson, D., Baranyi, S., & Louis, I. (2023). Between the Disability Movement and the Feminist Movement: Intersectional Mobilizations of Women with Disabilities in Haiti. In Meyers, S., McCloskey, M.,  & Petri, G. (Eds.). The Routledge International Handbook of Disability Human Rights Hierarchies. Routledge, Chapter 28.

Best, J. (2023). Globalization and Neoliberalism. In Nicola Phillips (Ed.). Global Political Economy. Oxford University Press, Chapter 4.

Brown, S. (2023). Visibility or Impact? International Efforts to Defend LGBTQI+ Rights in Africa. Journal of Human Rights Practice,15(2), 506-522.

Brown, S., & Rosier, M. (2023). COVID-19 Vaccine Apartheid and the Failure of Global Cooperation. British Journal of Politics and International Relations,25(3), 535-554.

Brown, S. (2023). Mining Self-Interest? Canadian Foreign Aid and the Extractive Sector in Mongolia. Canadian Journal of Development Studies,44(4), 645-664.

Brown, S., & Rosier, M. (2023). COVID-19 Vaccines and Global Health Diplomacy: Canada and France Compared. In Jakupec, V., Kelly, M., & de Percy, M. (Eds.). COVID-19 and Foreign Aid: Nationalism and Global Development in a New World Order. Routledge, 222-245.


Clark-Kazak, C. (2023). Research Across Borders: An Introduction to Interdisciplinary, Cross-Cultural Methodology. University of Toronto Press.

Plaut, S., Bilotta, N., Rosenoff Gauvin, Lara., Clark-Kazak,C., & Felices-Luna, M. (Eds.). (2023). Messy Ethics in Human Rights Work. UBC Press.

Clark-Kazak, C. (2023). “Why Care Now” in Forced Migration Research?: Imagining a Radical Feminist Ethics of Care. ACME: An International Journal for Critical Geographies,22(4), 1151–1173.

Clark-Kazak, C. (2023). The Politics of Representation and Allyship in Human Rights Policy Work. In Plaut, S., Bilotta, N., Rosenoff Gauvin, Lara., Clark-Kazak,C., & Felices-Luna, M. (Eds.). Messy Ethics in Human Rights Work. UBC Press, Chapter 3.


Persaud, N., & Dagher, R. (2023). Using Monitoring and Evaluation and Evidence-Based Data to Build a More Resilient and Sustainable Caribbean Post-COVID-19. In Roberts, S., DeShong, H.A.F., Grenade, W.C., Devonish, D. (Eds.). Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Covid-19 and the Caribbean, Volume 1. Palgrave Macmillan, 195–215.

Desrosiers, M-E. (2023). Trajectories of Authoritarianism in Rwanda: Elusive Control before the Genocide. Cambridge University Press.

Dunton, C. (2023). Book Review: Blue Helmet Bureaucrats: United Nations Peacekeeping and the Reinvention of Colonialism, 1945–1971. International Journal,78(4), 657-660.

Dunton, C., Laurence, M., & Vlavonou, G. (2023). Pragmatic Peacekeeping in a Multipolar Era: Liberal Norms, Practices, and the Future of UN Peace Operations. Journal of Intervention and Statebuilding,17(3), 215-234.

Murphy, M.P.A., Heffernan, A., Dunton, C. et al. The Disciplinary Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in Political Science and International Relations: Methods, Topics, and Impact. International Politics,60, 1030–1048.


MacAulay, M., Fafard, P., Cassola, A., & Palkovits, M. (2023). Analysing the ‘Follow the Science’ Rhetoric of Government Responses to COVID-19. Policy & Politics,51(3), 466-485. 

Salter, M.B., Mutlu, C.E. & Frowd, P.M. (2023). (Eds.). Research Methods in Critical Security Studies: An Introduction (2nd edition). Routledge.

Klantschnig, G., Apard, E., Ike, T., & Frowd, P.M. (2023). Rethinking Organized Crime in Africa. Trends in Organized Crime,26, 329-339. 

Frowd, P.M., Apard, É., & Dele-Adedeji, I. (2023). Quasilegality and Migrant Smuggling in Northern Niger. Trends in Organized Crime,26(4), 1-18.

Frowd, P.M. (2023). Nationalism, Racism, Xenophobia. In Guillaume, X., & Grayson, K. (Eds.). Security Studies: Critical Perspectives. Oxford University Press, Chapter 11.

Frowd, P.M., Muller B.J., & Mutlu, C.E. (2023).The Rise of the Border Apps. International Migration,61(5), 318-322.


Gheciu, A. (2023) Changing Scenes of Security in the Time of the Coronavirus Pandemic. Critical Studies on Security,11(1), 37-49.


Jones, P. (2023). Quiet Helpful Fixer or Boisterous Norm Advocate?  Canada as a Mediator. In Gillies, D., Carmen, D., & Cameron, M. (Eds.). Democracy and Foreign Policy in an Era of Uncertainty: Canada And International Affairs. Palgrave Macmillan, 201-217.

Bharwani, A., Van Dyke, J., Santamaria-Plaza, C., Palmiano Federer, J., &  Jones, P. (2023). Transforming Intractable Policy Conflicts: A Qualitative Study Examining the Novel Application of Facilitated Discourse (Track Two Diplomacy) to Community Water Fluoridation in Calgary, Canada. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health,20, 6402.

Juneau, T., Massie, J., & Munier, M. (Eds.). (2023).  Intelligence Cooperation under Multipolarity: Non-American Perspectives. University of Toronto Press.  

Juneau, T., & Lagassé, P. (Eds.). (2023). Canadian Defence Policy in Theory and Practice (Vol. 2). Palgrave.

Mallett, E., & Juneau, T. (2023). A Neoclassical Realist Theory of Overbalancing. Global Studies Quarterly,3(2), 1-12.

Carvin, S., & Juneau, T. (2023). Politics and Intelligence Analysis: The Canadian Experience. Intelligence and National Security,38(5), 691-705.

Carvin, S.,  & Juneau, T. (2023). Why AUKUS and not CAUKUS: It’s a Potluck, Not a Party. International Journal,78(3), 359-374.

Juneau, T. (2023). Neoclassical Realism as a Theory for Correcting Mistakes: What State X Should Do Next Tuesday. International Studies Review,25(3).


Katz-Rosene, R., & Ambe-Uva, T. Degrowth, Air Travel, and Global Environmental Governance: Scaffolding a Multilateral Agreement for a Smaller and More Sustainable Aviation Sector. Global Environmental Politics,23(4), 119–140.

Katz-Rosene, R., Heffernan, A., & Arora, A. (2023). Protein pluralism and food systems transition: A review of sustainable protein meta-narratives. World Development,161.

Kurtović, L. (2023). Waters of Sarajevo: Notes on the Political Lives of Infrastructure. In Finci, J., Petritsch, W., & Solioz, C. Sarajevo Singular Plural: In Honour of Zdravko Grebo Edition SEIP. Baden: Nomos, 145-154.


LaFortune, G. & Landriault, M. (2023). ‘Great Power Competition’ and the Arctic: Origin and Evolution in Media, Governmental and Research Institutes Discourses. Scandinavian Journal of Military Studies,6(1), 210-224.

Landriault, M., Pic, P., & Lasserre, F. (2023). Beyond Hans Island: The Canada–Denmark Agreement’s Possible Impact on Mobility and Continental Shelves. International Journal,78(1-2), 243-253.

Landriault M., Savard J.-F., & Soer A. (2023). Perceptions of Decision-Makers About a Potential Forum of Cooperation in the Eastern Part of the North American Arctic. Polar Research,42.

Leblond, P. (2023). Federalism and Digital Trade. In Collins, D., & Geist, M. (Eds.). Research Handbook on Digital Trade. Edward Elgar, 133-146.

Hurrelmann, A., Khelil, S.B., Hameed, A., Humniski, A., & Leblond, P. (2023). Did Brexit Change Perceptions of the EU and the UK in Canada? An Analysis of Canadian Newspaper Commentaries. Canadian Foreign Policy Journal,29(1), 36-54.

Lenard, P.T. (2023). Democracy and Exclusion. Oxford University Press.

Lenard, P.T. (2023). Asylum as Reparation: Refuge and Responsibility for the Harms of Displacement. By James Souter. Cham, Switzerland: Palgrave Macmillan, 2022. 194p. $119.99 cloth. Perspectives on Politics,21(2), 724-725.

Lenard, P.T. (2023). Cruelty as Citizenship: How Migrant Suffering Sustains White Democracy. By Cristina Beltrán, Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2020. 126p. Contemporary Political Theory,22(2), 75–78.

Lenard, P.T. (2023). Unintentional Residence and the Right to Vote. Journal of Applied Philosophy,40(3), 396-406.


Paris, R. (2023). The Past, Present, and Uncertain Future of Collective Conflict Management: Peacekeeping and Beyond. Journal of Intervention and Statebuilding,17(3), 235-257.

Pingeot, L. (2023). Police Peacekeeping: The UN, Haiti, and the Production of Global Social Order. Oxford University Press.


Ratelle, J-F. (2023). The North Caucasus, the Future of Russia, and Foreign Fighters in Ukraine. Russian Analytical Digest,295, 6-9.


De Angelis, M., & Van Wolleghem, P.G. (2023). Do the Most Vulnerable Know About Income Support Policies? The Case of the Italian Reddito d’Inclusione (ReI). Italian Economic Journal,9, 425–444.

Van Wolleghem, P.G., & Sicakkan, H.G. (2023). Asylum Seekers in the Machinery of the State: Administrative Capacity vs. Preferences. Recognition Rates in EU Member States. European Union Politics,24(2), 348-369.

Cappelen, C.W., Sicakkan, H.G., & Van Wolleghem, P.G. (2023). The Trade-off Between Admitting and Paying: Experimental Evidence on Attitudes Towards Asylum Responsibility-sharing. European Union Politics,24(3), 470-493.

Van Wolleghem, P.G., De Angelis, M. & Scicchitano, S. Do Informal Networks Increase Migrants’ Over-Education? Comparing Over-Education for Natives, Migrants and Second Generations in Italy and Assessing the Role of Networks in Generating It. Italian Economic Journal,9, 175–197.

von Hlatky, S., & Vucetic, S. (2023). Canada’s Defence Policy Trade-Offs. In Canadian Defence Policy in Theory and Practice, Volume 2. Palgrave Macmillan, 97–112.

Vucetic, S. (Ed.). (2023). AUKUS Among Democracies. International Journal,78(3).

Vucetic, S. (2023). Guest Editor’s Introduction: AUKUS Among Democracies. International Journal,78(3), 293-306.


Zyla, B. (2023). Burden-sharing. In Sebastian Mayer (Ed.). Research Handbook on NATO. Elgar Publishing, 369–384.

Cassin, K., & Zyla, B. (2023). UN Reforms for an Era of Pragmatic Peacekeeping. Journal of Intervention and Statebuilding,17(3) 294-312.