CIC National Office
(in partnership with the Bill Graham Centre for Contemporary International History)
|Brian Bow, co-Editor
Brian Bow is an Associate Professor of Political Science and Director of the Centre for Foreign Policy Studies at Dalhousie University. His research is primarily concerned with the role of institutions and ideas in policy coordination and foreign policy-making, and he has published on Canadian foreign and security policy, Canada-US relations, North American integration, and identity politics in Canada, the US and Mexico. He is the author of The Politics of Linkage: Power, Interdependence and Ideas in Canada-US Relations, which won the Donner prize as the best Canadian book on public policy in 2009. His current research project focuses on the mechanics of network-driven policy coordination in North America.
|Jack Cunningham, co-Editor
Jack Cunningham is editor of International Journal, and Program Coordinator of the Bill Graham Centre for Contemporary International History, at the Munk School of Global Affairs and Trinity College, in the University of Toronto. He has a BA in English and an MA in History from the University of Calgary, and a PhD in History from the University of Toronto. His publications include coedited volumes on the conflict in Afghanistan and the 2003 invasion of Iraq.
|Kate Merriman, Copy Editor
Kate Merriman has been working as a freelance editor for fourteen years. In addition to copy editing the journal, she works for university presses, principally McGill-Queen’s University Press. She has edited books on philosophy, history, theology, religious studies, political science, literary criticism, art, and cultural theory. Kate was ordained a priest in the Anglican Church of Canada in 1983.
|David Webster, ‘Lessons from History’ Editor
David is associate professor of History at Bishop’s University in Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada. His past positions in Toronto, San Francisco and Regina, Saskatchewan. He is the author of Fire and the Full Moon: Canada and Indonesia in a Decolonizing World (UBC Press, 2009) and collection editor of East Timor: Testimony(Between the Lines, 2004). David is involved in human rights advocacy on Timor-Leste and other regions bordering the Pacific. His research focuses include trans-Pacific interactions between Canada and Asia, the diplomacy of independence movements in Asia, and the histories of international organizations.
|Brendan Kelly, Book Review Editor
Brendan Kelly completed his PhD in History at the University of Toronto in 2016. His dissertation, “Marcel Cadieux, the Department of External Affairs, and Canadian International Relations: 1941-1970,” explores the career of arguably the most influential francophone diplomat and civil servant in Canadian history and the way his story illuminates larger issues relating to Canada at home and in the world. Brendan’s previous research on Aboriginal treaty-making and the Canadian home front during the Second World War has appeared in Prairie Forum, Great Plains Quarterly, and Urban History Review. He recently completed articles on the Pearson government and Gaullist France (forthcoming from UBC Press in Pearson and the World: Lester Pearson, Pearsonianism, and Canadian Foreign Policy), on Marcel Cadieux and Pierre Trudeau (forthcoming in International Journal), and on Pearson’s Temple University speech in 1965 (forthcoming in the American Review of Canadian Studies). In addition to serving as Book Review Editor of International Journal, Brendan is working on an article on the Canadian presence in Vietnam in the 1950s in addition to revising his thesis for publication.
(in partnership with CIGI and the Bill Graham Centre for Contemporary International History)
|Taylor Owen, Consultant
Taylor Owen is Assistant Professor of Digital Media and Global Affairs at the University of British Columbia and a Senior Fellow at the Columbia Journalism School. He was previously the Research Director of the Tow Center for Digital Journalism at Columbia University where he designed and led a program studying the impact of digital technology on the practice of journalism. He is the founder and Editor of OpenCanada.org, an award-winning international affairs website, the Director of the International Relations and Digital Technology Projects, an international research project exploring the intersection of information technology and international affairs, and is on the Board of Directors of the Center for International Governance Innovation (CIGI). His Doctorate is from the University of Oxford where he was a Trudeau Scholar. He is the author, most recently, of Disruptive Power: The Crisis of the State in the Digital Age (OUP, 2015).
He was previously a Banting Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of British Columbia, a Fellow in the Genocide Studies Program at Yale University, a Research Fellow at the Center for Global Governance at the London School of Economics and a Researcher at the International Peace Research Institute, Oslo. His research and writing focuses on the intersection between information technology and international affairs. Taylor Owen’s publications can be found atwww.taylorowen.com and can be followed at @taylor_owen.
|Eva Salinas, Managing Editor
Eva recently completed her MA with McMaster University’s Institute on Globalization, where her research focused on Latin America, foreign policy and critical security studies. She was previously the Editor of The Santiago Times in Chile, where she was also a freelance correspondent for the Globe and Mail, The Times of London, and the CBC, among others. She has worked previously for the Financial Post, Journalists for Human Rights, and Athletes for Africa, where she remains a board member. She has a Bachelor of Journalism from Ryerson University and studied international reporting at City University in London, UK. She is also the author of Latin Americans Thought of It, an educational book for children.
|Catherine Tsalikis, Senior Editor
Catherine has worked as a producer for CTV News Channel, CBC and Sky News in London, England. Prior to her years in broadcast, she was an editorial assistant for The World Today, the monthly international affairs magazine produced by British think tank Chatham House. She has a Master’s degree in international relations from the London School of Economics and a BA (Hons) degree in political science and IR from the University of Toronto, Trinity College.