CIPS is very proud to announce that our Special Issue of International Journal – Canada’s preeminent journal of global policy analysis – has won two awards. The Special Issue, entitled “Making Liberal Internationalism Great Again?”, is based on the workshop “Middle Power Liberal Internationalism in an Illiberal Era” hosted by CIPS at the University of Ottawa and funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC).
The special issue features a collection of articles curated by CIPS Director Rita Abrahamsen, Louise Riis Andersen (Danish Institute for International Studies, DIIS) and Ole Sending (Norwegian Institute of International Affairs, NUPI), as well as their introductory piece entitled “Introduction: Making Liberal Internationalism Great Again?”. The two winning article are Louise Riis Andersen’s “Curb Your Enthusiasm: Middle Power Liberal Internationalism and the Future of the United Nations”, which won the Sage Award for International Scholarship, and Peter Jones’s article “Middle Power Liberal Internationalism and Mediation in Messy Places: The Canadian Dilemma”, which won the Marcel Cadieux Award for best article on Canadian foreign policy. Congratulations!
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