International Journal (IJ) is Canada’s pre-eminent journal of global policy analysis. It combines brief, policy-relevant articles with longer, peer-reviewed, scholarly assessments of interest to foreign policy-makers, analysts and academics in Canada and around the world. IJ is cross-disciplinary, combining the insights of political science and history with economics and other disciplines to advance research and dialogue on issues of global significance.
Established in 1946, IJ is the flagship scholarly publication of the Canadian International Council (CIC) and the Bill Graham Centre for Contemporary International History (CCIH). The CIC is a non-partisan, nationwide council established to strengthen Canada’s role in international affairs. The CCIH is a joint undertaking of Trinity College and the Munk School of Global Affairs at the University of Toronto. It promotes the study of recent international events from a historical standpoint, and pursues programs of research, teaching, publication and other activities to that end.
Current Issue: June 2017 /72.2
Table of Contents
Brian Bow and Andrea Lane
Canadian values and the Muslim world
Coming of age in academia: Canadian IR and the ‘optimistic interregnum’ of the 1990s
The paradigm that dare not speak its name: CFP’s uneasy relationship with realist IR theory
Toward Canada in the world: Thoughts on the future of Canadian foreign policy history
Canadian foreign policy from the Roaring 1990s
Unlearning: A messy and complex journey with Canadian foreign policy
Heather A. Smith
Life in a Canadian foreign policy generation long ago: The early evolution of a professorial sample of one
The global in Canada
Lessons of History
Canada’s functional principle: 75 years on
Your Country, My Country: A Unified History of the United States and Canada, by Robert Bothwell
Rethinking Canadian Aid, 2nd ed., by Stephen Brown, Molly den Heyer, and David R. Black, eds.
Colonial Extractions: Race and Canadian Mining in Contemporary Africa, by Paula Butler
Ice and Water: Politics, Peoples, and the Arctic Council, by John English
Out of Ashes: A New History of Europe in the Twentieth Century, by Konrad Jarausch
Negotiating a River: Canada, the US, and the Creation of the St. Lawrence Seaway, by Daniel Macfarlane
The World Won’t Wait: Why Canada Needs to Rethink Its International Policies, by Roland Paris and Taylor Owen, eds.
Brian Bow, Editor-in-Chief
Jean-Christophe Boucher, MacEwan University, Canada
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