CIPS Policy Reports & Briefs offer incisive analysis of current international policy issues

No. 43. Pierre Van Wolleghem, Canada: A Global Leader for International Protection?

No. 42. Tariq Rauf, Ending the Perpetual Menace of Nuclear Weapons

No. 41. Scott Simon, The Indo-Pacific and Canada’s Entanglements across the Taiwan Strait

No. 40. Rita Abrahamsen and Barbra Chimhandamba, Canada and the African Union: Towards A Shared Agenda

No. 39. John Garrick and Margaret McCuaig-Johnston, Australia and Canada in the Indo-Pacific: Middle Power Allies Should Coordinate Strategies

No. 38. Paul Meyer, Nuclear Threats and Canada’s Disarmament Diplomacy

No. 37. Ulric Shannon, Competitive Expertise and Future Diplomacy: Subject-Matter Specialization in Generalist Foreign Ministries

No. 36. Christoph Zürcher, The Impact of Women’s Participation, Inclusion and Agency on Peace: A Systematic Review

No. 35. Marion Laurence: What Are the Benefits and Pitfalls of Data-Driven Peacekeeping?

No. 34Patrick Leblond and Zhiduo Wang: Canola Disputes in Canada-China Agricultural Trade: A Chinese Policy Perspective

No. 33: Gabrielle Bardall: A Policy Brief in the 2018 U.S. Civil Society Working Group on Women, Peace and Security Policy Brief Series

No. 32 Background Document to Blog Post by Daniel Livermore

No. 31: Conference Reports: Disorder, Disruptions, Directions: Canada in the New International Security Environment

No. 30: Robert McRae: NATO Solidarity?

No. 29: Wesley Wark: Imitating the Lion’s Roar? How Bill C-22 to Create a National Security and Intelligence Committee of Parliament Stacks up against Its UK Model

No. 28: Dick Pound: Doping in Sport: Creation of an International Policy Framework

No. 27: Wesley Wark, The Stalemate over National Security Accountability

No. 26: Roland Paris, Evolution or Escalation? Canada’s Military Operation in Iraq

No. 25: Richard Wyn Jones, Scottish Independence Referendum: How Did We Get Here?

No. 24: Gerd Schönwälder, Principles and Prejudice: Foreign Policy Under the Harper Government

No. 23: Emmanuel Seitelbach and David Lord, Future Prospects for Afghanistan: Meeting Report

No. 22: Roland Paris, The Truth about Canada’s Mission in Afghanistan

No. 21John Mundy, Iran’s Nuclear Gamble, Canada and Obama’s Second Term

No. 20Alexandra Gheciu, In Search of Smart Defense in the Euro-Atlantic Area

No. 19Rachel Kerr, Lost in Translation? The ICTY and the Legacy of War Crimes in the Western Balkans

No. 18Joshua Rovner, Intelligence, Policy, and the War in Iraq

No. 17David Petrasek, Forward — to the Past? Re-thinking a Human Rights Museum

No. 16: Steve Coll, Can NATO Rethink its Exit Strategy from Afghanistan?

No. 15: Peter Jones, Assessing Iran: The Arab Spring, The Nuclear Issue, and Canada’s Response

No. 14Trita Parsi, Obama’s Diplomacy with Iran and the 2009 Election Scandal

No. 13Daryl Copeland, Science Diplomacy: What’s It All About?

No. 12: Alexandra Gheicu, NATO in Libya: A Success That Raises Difficult Questions

No. 11Rajiv Chandrasekaran, Is NATO’s Counterinsurgency Strategy Working in Afghanistan? A Case Study

No. 10Ian Hurd, By the Book: Bush’s Memoirs and the Rule of Law

No. 9Paul Meyer, US Space Security Policy: Still in Orbit or Commencing Re-entry?

No. 8Eugenia Zorbas, Canadian Policy Towards the Democratic Republic of Congo

No. 7Madelaine Drohan, Regulating Canadian Mining Companies Abroad

No. 6Stephen Saideman, Caveats, Values and the Future of NATO Peace Operations

No. 5Peter Jones, Engaging Iran

No. 4Nipa Banerjee, Development for Afghans: Missing Measurements and Missed Opportunities

No. 3Daniel Livermore, Does Canada Need a Foreign Intelligence Agency?

No. 2Roland Paris, Scaling Back Expectations in Afghanistan

No. 1Paul Robinson, Eyes on the Spies: Reforming Intelligence Oversight in Canada