Peer-reviewed publications by CIPS members: 

2018

 

A

Aaronson, S. A., & Leblond, P. (2018). Another Digital Divide: The Rise of Data Realms and its Implications for the WTO. Journal of International Economic Law,21(2), 245-272.

Abrahamsen, R. (2018). Return of the Generals? Global Militarism in Africa from the Cold War to the Present. Security Dialogue, 49 (1-2), 19-31.

Abrahamsen, R. and Sandor, A. (2018). The Global South and International Security. In Gheciu, A. & Wohlforth, W. C. (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of International Security (pp.382-398). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Allan, B., Vucetic, S., & Hopf, T. (2018). The Distribution of Identity and the Future of International Order: China’s Hegemonic Prospects. International Organization,72(4), 839-869.

Ansoms, A., Cioffo, G., Dawson, N., Desiere, S., Huggins, C., Leegwater, M.,  Damme, J. V. (2018). The Rwandan Agrarian and Land Sector Modernisation: Confronting Macro Performance with Lived Experiences on the Ground. Review of African Political Economy,45(157), 408-431.

B

Baranyi, S. (2018) Canada and the Security-Development Nexus in Fragile and Conflict-Affected States/Situations. In Masaeli, M. & Munro, L. (Eds.), Canada and the Challenges of International Development and Globalisation. Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press.

Best, J. (2018). Technocratic Exceptionalism: Monetary Policy and the Fear of Democracy. International Political Sociology,12(4), 328-345.

Best, J. (2018). The Inflation Game: Targets, Practices and the Social Production of Monetary Credibility. New Political Economy,1-18.

Best, J. (2018). Economic Wishful Thinking and the Democratic Crisis. Current History, 117(802), 291-297.

Best, J. (2018). Recovering the Mundane Practices of Economic Time. Finance and Society,4(2), 181-187.

Biggs, M. & Paris, R. (2018). Why Canada Needs a Global Education Strategy. International Journal,73(1), 146-157.

Brown, S. (2018). All About That Base? Branding and the Domestic Politics of Canadian Foreign Aid. Canadian Foreign Policy Journal,24(2), 145-164.

D

Desrosiers, M., & Vucetic, S. (2018). Causal Claims and the Study of Ethnic Conflict. Journal of Global Security Studies,3(4), 483-497.

Drolet, J-F. & Williams, M. (2018). Radical Conservatism and Global Order. International Theory,10(3), 285-313.

F

Frowd, P. M. (2018). Security at the Borders: Transnational Practices and Technologies in West Africa. Cambridge, United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press.

G

Gheciu, A., & Wohlforth, W. C. (2018). The Oxford Handbook of International Security. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Gheciu, A. (2018). Security Entrepreneurs Performing Protection in Post-Cold War Europe. Oxford, United Kingdom: Oxford University Press.

H

Huggins, C. (2018). La Sécurité Foncière et l’Accaparement des Terres au Rwanda Après le Génocide. In Ansoms, A., Bisoka, A. N., & Vandeginste, S. (Eds.), Conjonctures de l’Afrique centrale (pp. 283-306). Belgium: Harmattan.

Huggins, C. (2018). Land-Use Planning, Digital Technologies, and Environmental Conservation in Tanzania. The Journal of Environment & Development, 27(2), 210-235.

Huggins, C., & Valverde, A. (2018). Information Technology Approaches to Agriculture and Nutrition in the Developing World: A Systems Theory Analysis of the Nutrition Program in Malawi. Food Security,10(1), 151-168.

J

Jones, P. (2018). Chasing the Impossible Dream: Can Israel Achieve a Regional Security Architecture Through Back Channel Diplomacy? In Hanna, M.W., & Cambanis, T. (Eds.), Order From Ashes: New Foundations for Security in the Middle East (pp.31-44). New York: The Century Foundation and the Brooking Institution.

Jones, P. (2018). Ethical Dilemmas of Back-Channel Diplomacy: Necessary Secrecy or a Secret Foreign Policy? The Hague Journal of Diplomacy,13(4), 483-501.

Juneau, T., & Razavi, S. (2018). Costly Gains: A Cost–Benefit Assessment of Iran’s Nuclear Program. The Nonproliferation Review,25(1-2), 69-86.

K

Katz-Rosene, R. & Patterson, M. (2018). Thinking Ecologically About the Global Political Economy. London: Routledge.

Krause, K. and Williams, M.C., ‘Security and “Security Studies”: Conceptual Evolution and Historical Transformation’. In Gheciu, A. & Wohlforth, W. C. (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of International Security  (pp. 18-28). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

M

Mabee, B., & Vucetic, S. (2018). Varieties of Militarism: Towards a Typology. Security Dialogue,49(1-2), 96-108.

P

Persaud, R. B., & Vucetic, S. (2018). Race in International Relations in Persaud, R., & Sajed, A. (Eds.), Race, Gender, and Culture in International Relations: Postcolonial Perspectives (pp.35-57). London: Routledge.

S

Simon, S. (2018). Penser avec des Oiseaux: L’Ornithologie et l’Autochtonie à Taïwan. Anthropologie et Sociétés, 42(2-3), 151-169.

W

Williams, M.C. (2018). International Relations in the Age of the Image. International Studies Quarterly, 62 (4), 880–891.