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Books and Monographs

Canada Alone: Navigating the Post-American World (Toronto: Dundurn Press, 2023), to be released 26 September 2023

金·理查德·诺萨尔 [KRN], 斯特凡·鲁塞尔 [Stéphane Roussel], 斯特凡·帕奎因 [Stéphane Paquin], 加拿大对外政策与政治 [Canada’s Foreign Policy and Politics], translation of  International Policy and Politics in Canada (Beijing: Foreign Language Teaching and Research Press, 2018), xxiii, 381 pp.

KRN and Jean-Christophe Boucher, The Politics of War: Canada’s Afghanistan Mission, 2001–14 (Vancouver: UBC Press, 2017), viii, 282 pp.

Charlie Foxtrot: Fixing Defence Procurement in Canada (Toronto: Dundurn Press, 2016), 200 pp.

KRN, Stéphane Roussel, and Stéphane Paquin, The Politics of Canadian Foreign Policy, 4th ed. (Montréal and Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2015), xxvi, 396 pp.

KRN, Stéphane Roussel, et Stéphane Paquin, Politique internationale et défense au Canada et au Québec (Montréal: Les Presses de l’Université de Montréal, 2007), 646 pp; published in English as International Policy and Politics in Canada (Toronto: Pearson Canada, 2011).

The Patterns of World Politics (Scarborough, ON: Prentice Hall Allyn & Bacon Canada, 1998), xxvii, 532 pp.

The Politics of Canadian Foreign Policy, 3rd ed. (Scarborough, ON: Prentice Hall Canada, 1997); 1st ed. 1985; 2nd ed. 1989; xxiii, 358 pp.

KRN and Carolynn Vivian, A Brief Madness: Australia and the Resumption of French Nuclear Testing, Canberra Papers on Strategy and Defence 121 (Canberra: Strategic and Defence Studies Centre, Australian National University, 1997), 65 pp.

Rain Dancing: Sanctions in Canadian and Australian Foreign Policy (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1994), xviii, 323 pp.

Andrew F. Cooper, Richard A. Higgott, and KRN, Relocating Middle Powers: Australia and Canada in a Changing World Order (Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press, 1993), xiv, 232 pp.

The Beijing Massacre: Australian Responses, Australian Foreign Policy Papers (Canberra: Department of International Relations, Australian National University, 1993), 72 pp.

Edited Collections

William G. Braun III, Stéfanie von Hlatky, and KRN, eds., A Changing International Order? Implications for the Security Environment, Kingston Conference on International Security Series, 2019, 137 pp.,

William G. Braun III, Stéfanie von Hlatky and KRN, eds., The Return of Deterrence: Credibility and Capabilities in a New Era, Kingston Conference on International Security Series, 2018, 115 pp.,

A. Scott Carson and KRN, eds., A Canadian Healthcare Innovation Agenda: Policy, Governance, and Strategy (Montréal and Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2018), xxvi, 251 pp.

William G. Braun III, Stéfanie von Hlatky and KRN, eds., Engagement Between Peace and War: How Soldiers and Military Institutions Adapt, Kingston Conference on International Security Series, 2017, 93 pp.

A. Scott Carson and KRN, eds., Managing a Canadian Healthcare Strategy (Montréal and Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2016), xv, 256 pp.

William G. Braun III, Stéfanie von Hlatky, and KRN, eds., Engagement Between Peace and War: How Soldiers and Military Institutions Adapt, Kingston Conference on International Security Series, 2016, 93 pp.

A. Scott Carson, Jeffrey Dixon and KRN, eds., Toward a Healthcare Strategy for Canadians (Montréal and Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2015), xvii, 276 pp.

William G. Braun III, Stéfanie von Hlatky, and KRN, eds., Robotics and Military Operations, Kingston Conference on International Security Series, 2015, 59 pp.,

Greg Donaghy and KRN, eds. Architects and Innovators: Building the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade, 1909–2009 / Architectes et innovateurs : le développement du ministère des Affaires étrangères et du Commerce international, de 1909 à 2009 ( Montréal and Kingston: Queen’s Policy Studies Series, McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2009), vii, 318 pp.

Nelson Michaud and KRN, eds., Diplomatic Departures: The Conservative Era in Canadian Foreign Policy, 1984–93 (Vancouver: UBC Press, 2001), xvii, 326 pp.

Lauren McKinsey and KRN, eds., America’s Alliances and Canadian-American Relations (Toronto: Summerhill Press, 1988), 223 pp.

Ed., An Acceptance of Paradox: Essays on Canadian Diplomacy in Honour of John W. Holmes (Toronto: Canadian Institute of International Affairs, 1982), xii, 204 pp.

Articles in Journals/Chapters in Books, 1977-2023

Northern Approaches: The Harper Government’s Arctic Policies Reconsidered,” in Gerd Bjørhovde and Janne Korkka, eds., Exploring Canada: Exploits and Encounters (Brussels: Peter Lang, 2022): 39–56.

Primat der Wahlurne: Ideology and Politicization in Harper’s Foreign Policy,” in Peter McKenna, ed., Harper’s World: The Politicization of Canadian Foreign Policy, 2006–2015 (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2022), 24–40.

KRN, Stéphane Roussel, and Stéphane Paquin, “Assessing the Graphic Turn in Canadian Foreign Policy,” Canadian Foreign Policy Journal 27:3 (2021), 443–49. (Also at

Domestic Politics and the Electoral Connection in Canadian Foreign Policy,” in Robert W. Murray and Paul Gecelovsky, eds., The Palgrave Handbook of Canada in International Affairs (Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2021), 41–60. (Also at

Canada and COVID-19: The Longer-Term Geopolitical Implications,” The Round Table: Commonwealth Journal of International Affairs 110:1 (2021): 31–45. (Also at

F-f-fading Away: The Evanescent Canadian Foreign Policy Professor,” in Brian Bow and Andrea Lane, eds., Canadian Foreign Policy: Reflections on a Field in Transition (Vancouver: UBC Press, 2020), 21–38.

The Imperatives of Canada’s Strategic Geography,” in Canadian Defence Policy in Theory and Practice eds. Thomas Juneau, Philippe Lagassé, and Srdjan Vucetic (London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2020): 11–28.

“Defence: The Lessons of History,” Dorchester Review 9:1 (Spring/Summer 2019): 95–99,

A Square Peg: The Lessons of the Point Roberts Reference, 1971–1977,” in The First Century of the International Joint Commission eds. Daniel Macfarlane and Murray Clamen (Calgary: University of Calgary Press, 2019): 195–214.

The North Atlantic Anchor: Canada and the Pacific Century,” International Journal 73:3 (2018): 364–78.

Jeremy Paltiel and KRN, “Adjusting the Middle to Fit the Frame: Canada in the Changing Global Order,” in Rethinking Middle Powers in the Asian Century: New Theories, New Cases eds. Tanguy Struye de Swielande, Dorothée Vandamme, David Walton, and Thomas Wilkins (London: Routledge, 2018).

New Wineskin, Old Wine: The Future of Canadian Contributions to North American Security,” in North American Strategic Defense in the 21st Century: Security and Sovereignty in an Uncertain World, eds. Christian Leuprecht, Joel J. Sokolsky, and Thomas Hughes (Cham: Springer International Publishing, 2018), 97–107.

The Kin-Country Thesis Revisited,” in The ‘Clash of Civilizations’ 25 Years On: A Multidisciplinary Appraisal, ed. Davide Orsi (Bristol: E-International Relations Publishing, 2018), 63–75.

Promises Made, Promised Kept? A Mid-Term Trudeau Foreign Policy Report Card,” in Canada Among Nations 2017: Justin Trudeau and Canadian Foreign Policy, eds. Norman Hillmer and Philippe Lagassé (Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2018), 31–53.

The Benefits of Foreign Policy Bipartisanship Revisited: Lessons from Two Canadian Cases,” Australian Journal of International Affairs 72:1 (2018), 68–84.

Canada and the General Assembly: A Global Bully Pulpit,” in Canada and the United Nations: Legacies, Limits, Prospects, eds. Colin McCullough and Robert Teigrob (Montréal and Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2016), 161–82.

Kicking It Old School: Romanticism with Conservative Characteristics,” in Seeking Order in Anarchy: Multilateralism as State Strategy, ed. Robert W. Murray (Edmonton: University of Alberta Press, 2016), 131–51.

An ‘A-Strategic’ Power: Canada, China, and Great Power Transitions,” in After Afghanistan: Reflections on Canadian International Security Policy, eds. James Fergusson and Francis Furtado (Vancouver: UBC Press, 2016), 151–61.

Jean-Christophe Boucher and KRN, “Did Minority Government Matter? Thinking Counterfactually about the Canadian Mission in Afghanistan,” in The Harper Era in Canadian Foreign Policy: Parliament, Politics and Canada’s Global Posture, eds. Adam Chapnick and Christopher J. Kukucha (Vancouver: UBC Press, 2016), 73–88.

Toujours la politesse? The ‘Impolite No’ on Iraq in Historical Perspective,” in Australia, Canada, and Iraq: Perspectives on an Invasion, eds. Ramesh Thakur and Jack Cunningham (Toronto: Dundurn Press, 2015), 228–46.

Jean-Christophe Boucher and KRN, “Lessons Learned? Public Opinion and the Afghanistan Mission,” in Canada Among Nations, 2015: Elusive Pursuits, eds. Fen Osler Hampson and Stephen Saideman (Waterloo: Centre for International Governance Innovation, 2015), 73–93.

“Shadows of the Past: Commemorating the Fallen in Australia and Canada,” in Australia and Canada in Afghanistan: Perspectives on a Mission, eds. Jack Cunningham and William Maley (Toronto: Dundurn Press, 2015), 186–217.

‘No Repercussions Down Under’? Australian Responses to Kristallnacht,” in Violence, Memory and History: Western Perceptions of Kristallnacht, eds. Colin McCullough and Nathan Wilson (New York: Routledge, 2015), 130–50.

KRN and Leah Sarson, “About Face: Explaining Changes in Canada’s China Policy, 2006-2012,” Canadian Foreign Policy Journal 20:2 (2014), 146–62.

“A Conservative Foreign Policy? Canada and Australia Compared,” in James Farney and David Rayside, eds., Conservatism in Canada (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2013), 139–64.

“The Use—and Misuse—of R2P: The Case of Canada,” in Aidan Hehir and Robert Murray, eds., Libya, the Responsibility to Protect and the Future of Humanitarian Intervention (London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2013), 110-29.

“Canada’s Minervian Moment: Global Activism and Domestic Politics,” in Yves Tiberghien, ed., Leadership in Global Institution-Building: Minervas Rule (London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2013), 49-64.

The Liberal Past in the Conservative Present: Internationalism the Harper Era,” in Heather A. Smith and Claire Turenne Sjolander, eds., Canada in the World: Internationalism in Canadian Foreign Policy (Toronto: Oxford University Press, 2013), 21-35.

Srjdan Vucetic and KRN, “The International Politics of the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter,” International Journal 68:1 (Winter, 2012-3), 3-12.

Late Learners: The F-35 and Lessons from the New Fighter Aircraft Program,” International Journal 68:1 (Winter, 2012-3), 167-84.

“Deja Vu All Over Again?” in Sean Clark and Sabrina Hoque, eds., Debating a Post-American World: What Lies Ahead? (New York: Routledge, 2012), 65-69.

America’s ‘Most Reliable Ally’: Canada and the Evanescence of the Culture of Partnership,” in Greg Anderson and Christopher Sands, eds., Forgotten Partnership Redux: Canada-U.S. Relations in the 21st Century (New York: Cambria Press, 2011), 375-404.

A Canadian Department of Global Affairs?” in Janice Gross Stein, ed., Diplomacy in the Digital Age: Essays in Honour of Ambassador Allan Gotlieb (Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 2011), 141-54.

“Las consecuencias del 11 de Septiembre para Canadá,” in María Cristina Rosas, ed., Terrorismo, Democracia y Seguridad – 11 de septiembre: diez años después (México DF: Universidad National Autónoma de México, 2011), 89–108 (translated).

Don’t Talk About the Neighbours: Canada and the Regional Politics of the Afghanistan Mission,” Canadian Foreign Policy Journal 17:1 (March 2011): 9–22; winner of the Maureen Molot Best Paper Prize, 2011.

“Understanding Canadian Defence Policy,” in Duane Bratt and Christopher J. Kukucha, eds., Readings in Canadian Foreign Policy, 2nd ed. (Toronto: Oxford University Press Canada, 2011), 303–315.

Alan Bloomfield and KRN, “End of an Era? Anti-Americanism in the Australian Labor Party,” Australian Journal of Politics and History 55:4 (December 2010): 592–611.

Rethinking the Security Imaginary: Canadian Security and the Case of Afghanistan,” in Bruno Charbonneau and Wayne S. Cox, eds., Locating Global Order: American Power and Canadian Security After 9/11 (Vancouver: UBC Press, 2010), 107-25.

“‘Middlepowerhood’ and ‘Middlepowermanship’ in Canadian Foreign Policy,” in Nikola Hynek and David Bosold, eds., Canada’s Foreign and Security Policy: Soft and Hard Strategies of a Middle Power (Toronto: Oxford University Press, 2010), 20-34

Canadian Policy towards Mexico: Pastor’s Puzzle Reconsidered,” North American Dialogue Series 13 (January-June 2010), Center for Dialogue and Analysis on North America, CEDAN, Tecnologico de Mexico

“No Exit: Canada and the ‘War without End’ in Afghanistan,” in Hans-Georg Ehrhart and Charles C. Pentland, eds., The Afghanistan Challenge: Hard Realities and Strategic Choices (Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2009), 157-73

Ann Capling and KRN, “The Contradictions of Regionalism in North America,” Review of International Studies 35:S1 (February 2009): 147-67; also published in Rick Fawn, ed., Globalising the Regional, Regionalising the Global (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2009).

Wayne S. Cox and KRN, “The ‘Crimson World’: The Anglo Core, the Post-Imperial Non-core, and the Hegemony of American IR,” in Arlene B. Tickner and Ole Wæver, eds., International Relations Scholarship around the World (London: Routledge, 2009), 287-306.

A Thermostatic Dynamic? Electoral Outcomes and Anti-Americanism in Canada,” in Richard A. Higgott and Ivona Malbašić, eds., The Political Consequences of Anti-Americanism (London: Routledge, 2008), 129–41.

The Unavoidable Shadow of Past Wars: Obsequies for Casualties of the Afghanistan Mission in Australia and Canada,” Australasian Canadian Studies 26:1 (2008), 91-124.

Alan Bloomfield and KRN, “Toward an ‘Explicative Understanding’ of Strategic Culture: The Cases of Australia and Canada,” Contemporary Security Policy 28:2 (August 2007): 285-306.

Right and Wrong in Foreign Policy 40 Years On: Realism and Idealism in Canadian Foreign Policy,” International Journal 62:2 (Spring 2007), 263-77.

Anti-Americanism in Canada,” in Brendon O’Connor, ed., Anti-Americanism: History, Causes, and Themes, vol. 3: Comparative Perspectives (Oxford/Westport: Greenwood World Publishing, 2007), 59-76.

Nelson Michaud and KRN, “Out of the Blue: The Mulroney Legacy in Foreign Policy,” in Raymond B. Blake, ed., Transforming the Nation: Canada and Prime Minister Brian Mulroney ( Montreal and Kingston : McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2007), 113-31.

Defense Policy and the Atmospherics of Canada-U.S. Relations: The Case of the Harper Conservatives,” American Review of Canadian Studies 37:1 (Spring 2007), 23-34.

A Question of Balance: The Cult of Research Intensivity and the Professing of Political Science in Canada: Presidential Address to the Canadian Political Science Association, Toronto, Ontario, June 2, 2006,” Canadian Journal of Political Science 39:4 (December 2006): 735-54.

“World Politics: Global Anarchy, Global Governance,” in Rand Dyck , ed., Studying Politics: An Introduction to Political Science, 2nd ed. (Toronto: Thomson Nelson, 2006), 375-94.

Ann Capling and KRN, “Blowback: Investor-State Dispute Mechanisms in International Trade Agreements,” Governance: An International Journal of Policy, Administration, and Institutions 19 (April 2006): 151-72.

«Les objectifs politiques des examens de politique étrangère: Étude comparée de l’Australie et du Canada » Études internationales 37:1 (mars 2006: 57–69 (translated).

J.A. (Sandy) Irvine and KRN, “Constitutional Constraints on the International Activities of Non-Central Governments: Scotland and Québec Compared,” British Journal of Canadian Studies 18:2 (2005): 340–57.

Ear Candy: Canadian Policy toward Humanitarian Intervention and Atrocity Crimes in Darfur,” International Journal 60 (Autumn 2005), 1017-1032.

“Looking Enviously Down Under? The Australian Experience and Canadian Foreign Policy,” in Andrew F. Cooper and Dane Rowlands, eds., Canada Among Nations 2005: Split Images ( Kingston and Montreal : McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2005), 79-92.

Canada and the Search for World Order: John W. Holmes and Canadian Foreign Policy,” International Journal 59:4 (Autumn 2004), 749-60.

Defending the ‘Realm’: Canadian Strategic Culture Revisited,” International Journal 59:3 (Summer 2004), 503-520.

T.S. Hataley and KRN, “The Limits of the Human Security Agenda: The Case of Canada’s Response to the Timor Crisis,” Global Change, Peace and Security 16:1 (February 2004), 5–17.

Ann Capling and KRN, “Parliament and the Democratization of Foreign Policy: The Case of Australia’s Joint Standing Committee on Treaties,” Canadian Journal of Political Science 36:4 (September 2003), 835-55.

Ann Capling and KRN,“The Third Sector Meets the National Security State : The Anti-Globalization Movement in Canada after 9/11,” in Kathy Brock, ed., Delicate Dances: Public Policy and the Nonprofit Sector (Montréal and Kingston : McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2003), 275-96.

“Canadian Foreign Policy after 9/11: Realignment, Reorientation or Reinforcement?” in Lenard Cohen, Brian Job and Alexander Moens, eds., Foreign Policy Realignment in the Age of Terror (Toronto : Canadian Institute of Strategic Studies, 2003), 20–34.

Ann Capling and KRN, “The Limits of Like-Mindedness: Australia , Canada , and Multilateral Trade,” in Margaret MacMillan and Francine McKenzie , eds., Parties Long Estranged: Canada and Australia in the Twentieth Century ( Vancouver : UBC Press, 2003), 229-48.

Le Canada après le 11 septembre : Les défis d’une ère nouvelle,” Études internationales 33:4 (décembre 2002), 621-27.

“Canada and the United States in a Hyperpower Era,” in Ann L. Griffiths, ed., The Canadian Forces and Interoperability: Panacea or Perdition? ( Halifax : Centre for Foreign Policy Studies, Dalhousie University , 2002), 172-81.

“World Politics: Global Anarchy, Global Governance,” in Rand Dyck, ed., Studying Politics: An Introduction to Political Science (Toronto : Thomson Nelson, 2002), 369-88.

“Smarter, Sharper, Stronger? UN Sanctions and Conflict Diamonds in Angola ,” in Andrew F. Cooper and Ramesh Thakur, eds., Enhancing Global Governance: Towards a New Diplomacy? (Tokyo : United Nations University Press, 2002), 248-67.

“Throwing the Baby Out with the Bathwater? Huntington’s ‘Kin-Country’ Thesis and Australian-Canadian Relations,” in Linda Cardinal and David Headon, eds., Shaping Nations: Constitutionalism and Society in Australia and Canada (Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press, 2002), 167–81

Bilateral free trade with the United States: Lessons from Canada,” Policy, Organisation and Society 20:1 (2001), Special Edition: An American-Australian Free Trade Treaty?, 47–62.

Global Governance and National Interests: The Regulation of Transnational Security Corporations in the Post-Cold War Era,” Melbourne Journal of International Law 2 (2001), 459-76.

Ann Capling and KRN, “Death of Distance or Tyranny of Distance? The Internet, Deterritorialization, and the Anti-globalization Movement in Australia,” Pacific Review 14:2 (2001), 443–65.

Nelson Michaud and KRN, “Introduction: The Conservative Era in Canadian Foreign Policy, 1984-1993,” and “Conclusion: Diplomatic Departures? Assessing the Conservative Era in Foreign Policy,” in Michaud and Nossal, eds., Diplomatic Departures, 3–24, 290–95.

“Opening up the Policy Process: Does Party Make a Difference?” in Michaud and Nossal, eds., Diplomatic Departures, 276–89.

“Conclusion: The Decline of the Atlanticist Tradition in Canadian Foreign Policy,” in George A. MacLean, ed., Between Actor and Presence: The European Union and the Future for the Transatlantic Relationship (Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press, 2001), 223-34.

Tales That Textbooks Tell: Ethnocentricity and Diversity in American Introductions to International Relations,” in Robert M.A. Crawford and Darryl S.L. Jarvis, eds., International Relations-Still an American Social Science? Toward Diversity in International Thought (Albany: State University of New York Press, 2001), 167-86.

“Ce qu’il est préférable de taire : Le Canada et l’élargissement de l’OTAN,” Cahiers d’histoire 20:2 (hiver 2001), 99-117. (Translated).

KRN and Stéphane Roussel, “Canada and the Kosovo War: The Happy Follower,” in Pierre Martin and Mark R. Brawley, eds., Alliance Politics, Kosovo, and NATO’s War: Allied Force or Forced Allies? (New York: Palgrave, 2000), 181-99.

“Life with Uncle Revisited: The United States and the Issue of Leadership,” in David G. Haglund, ed., The France-US Leadership Race: Closely Watched Allies (Kingston: Queen’s Quarterly Press, 2000), 157-79.

Home-Grown IR: The Canadianization of International Relations,” Journal of Canadian Studies 35 (Spring 2000), 95-114.

Nelson Michaud et KRN, «Les nouveaux espaces de la politique étrangère canadienne (1984-1993),» Études internationales 31 (juin 2000), 241-52.

“Mission Diplomacy and the ‘Cult of the Initiative’ in Canadian Foreign Policy,” in Andrew F. Cooper and Geoffrey Hayes, eds., Worthwhile Initiatives? Canadian Mission-Oriented Diplomacy (Toronto: Irwin, 2000), 1-12.

“Liberal-Democratic Regimes, International Sanctions, and Global Governance,” in Raimo Väyrynen, ed., Global Governance and Enforcement: Issues and Strategies (Lanham, MD: Rowan and Littlefield, 1999), 127-49.

“The False Promise of Economic Sanctions,” in Mark Charlton, ed., Cross Currents: International Relations in the Post-Cold War Era, rev. ed. (Toronto: ITP Nelson, 1999), 525-29.

International Sanctions as Instruments of Global Governance,” Global Society 13:2 (April 1999), 125-37.

David Black, Maxwell A. Cameron, Andrew F. Cooper, Mark Neufeld, Heather Smith, and KRN, “Roundtable on Canadian Foreign Policy,” Canadian Foreign Policy Journal 6 (Spring 1999), 1-24.

Pinchpenny Diplomacy: The Decline of ‘Good International Citizenship’ in Canadian Foreign Policy,” International Journal 54 (Winter 1998-9), 88-105.

“Congress and Canada,” in Robert A. Pastor and Rafael Fernández de Castro, eds., The Controversial Pivot: The U.S. Congress and North America  (Washington: Brookings Institution Press, 1998), 50-69.

Richard A. Higgott and KRN,“Australia and the Search for a Security Community in the 1990s,” in Emanuel Adler and Michael Barnett, eds., Security Communities (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1998), 265-94.

The Rage of Nations: Australia and French Nuclear Testing and Hong Kong and the Diaoyutai/Senkaku-shoto,” Global Change, Peace & Security [formerly Pacifica Review] 10:3 (October 1998), 187-202. (Also at

“An Ambassador by Any Other Name?  Provincial Representatives Abroad,” in Robert Wolfe, ed., Diplomatic Missions: The Ambassador in Canadian Foreign Policy (Kingston: Queen’s University School of Policy Studies, 1998), 161-73.

“Comparing Australian and Canadian Responses,” in Stephen Alomes and Michael Provis, eds., French Worlds, Pacific Worlds: French Nuclear Testing in Australia’s Backyard (Port Melbourne: Institute for Australian Studies, Deakin University, 1998), 113-29.

Roland Goes Corporate: Mercenaries and Transnational Security Corporations in the Post-Cold War Era,” Civil Wars 1 (Spring 1998), 16-35.

Lori Buck, Nicole Gallant, and KRN, “Sanctions as a Gendered Instrument of Statecraft: The Case of Iraq,’ Review of International Studies 24 (January 1998), 69-84.

“Playing the International Card?  The View from Australia, Canada, and the United States,” in Gerard A. Postiglione and James T.H. Tang, eds., Hong Kong’s Reunion with China: The Global Dimensions (Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe, 1997), 79-101.

Louis F. Nastro and KRN, “The Commitment-Capability Gap: Implications for Canadian Foreign Policy in the Post-Cold War Era,” Canadian Defence Quarterly 27 (Autumn 1997), 19-22.

‘Without Regard for the Interests of Others’: Canada and American Unilateralism in the Post-Cold War Era,’ American Review of Canadian Studies 27:2 (Summer 1997), 179-97.

Richard A. Higgott and KRN, “The International Politics of Liminality: Relocating Australia in the Asia Pacific,” Australian Journal of Political Science 32:2 (July 1997), 169-85.

A High Degree of Ambiguity: Hong Kong as an International Actor after 1997,” Pacific Review 10:1 (1997), 84-103.

KRN and Richard Stubbs, “Mahathir’s Malaysia: An Emergent Middle Power?’ in Andrew F. Cooper, ed., Niche Diplomacy: Middle Powers in the Post-Cold War Era (Basingstoke: Macmillan, 1997), 147-63.

Andrew F. Cooper and KRN, “The Middle Powers in the Gulf Coalition: Australia, Canada, and the Nordics Compared,” in Andrew Bennett, Joseph Lepgold, and Danny Unger, eds., Friends in Need: Burden Sharing in the Persian Gulf War (New York: St Martin’s Press, 1997), 269-95.

“Anything but Provincial: The Provinces and Foreign Affairs,” in Christopher Dunn, ed., Provinces: Canadian Provincial Politics (Toronto: Broadview Press, 1996), 503-518.

George MacLean and KRN, “Building Bridges for Trade: The Economic Impact of Ontario-China Relations,” in Jayant Lele and Kwasi Ofori-Yeboah, eds., Unravelling the Asian Miracle: Explorations in Development Strategies, Geopolitics and Regionalism (Aldershot, UK: Dartmouth, 1996), 203-17.

“Australian and Canadian Policy towards Southeast Asia,” in David Wurfel and Bruce Burton, eds., Southeast Asia in the New World Order: The Political Economy of a Dynamic Region (Basingstoke: Macmillan, 1996), 186-203.

“The Democratization of Canadian Foreign Policy: The Elusive Ideal,” in Maxwell A. Cameron and Maureen Appel Molot, eds., Canada Among Nations, 1995: Democracy and Foreign Policy (Ottawa: Carleton University Press, 1995), 29-43.

“Rationality and Non-rationality in Canadian Defence Policy,” in David B. Dewitt and David Leyton-Brown, eds., Canada’s International Security Policy (Scarborough: Prentice-Hall Canada, 1995), 351-64.

Seeing Things? The Adornment of ‘Security’ in Australia and Canada,” Australian Journal of International Affairs 49:1 (May 1995), 33-47.

The PM and the SSEA in Canada’s Foreign Policy: Dividing the Territory, 1968-1993,” International Journal 50:1 (Winter 1994-5), 189-208.

“The Politics of Circumspection: Canadian Policy towards the Soviet Union, 1985-1991,” International Journal of Canadian Studies 9 (Spring 1994), 27-45.

“Quantum Leaping: The Gulf Debate in Australia and Canada,” in Michael McKinley, ed., The Gulf War: Critical Perspectives (Sydney: Allen and Unwin, 1994), 48-71.

The Democratization of Canadian Foreign Policy?” Canadian Foreign Policy Journal 1 (Fall 1993), 95-104.

“Contending Explanations for the Amalgamation of External Affairs,” in Donald Story, ed., The Canadian Foreign Service in Transition (Toronto: Scholars’ Press, 1993), 37-58.

George MacLean and KRN, “Triangular Dynamics: Australian States, Canadian Provinces, and Relations with China,” in Brian Hocking, ed., Foreign Relations and Federal States (London: Leicester University Press, 1993), 170-89.

Richard A. Higgott and KRN, “Policy Convergence and Bureaucratic Learning: Trade and Foreign Affairs,” in Patrick Weller, John Forster and Glyn Davis, eds., Reforming the Public Service: Lessons from Recent Experience (Melbourne: Macmillan Australia, 1993), 148-63.

“Middle Power Diplomacy in the Changing Asia-Pacific Order: Australia and Canada Compared,” in Richard Leaver and James L. Richardson, eds., The Post-Cold War Order: Diagnoses and Prognoses (Sydney: Allen & Unwin, 1993), 210-23; republished in North America as Charting the Post-Cold War Order (Boulder: Westview Press, 1993).

“The Limits of Linking Aid and Trade to Human Rights,” in Mark Charlton and Elizabeth Riddell-Dixon, eds., Cross Currents: International Relations in the Post-Cold War Era (Toronto: Nelson Canada, 1993), 443-50.

“The Impact of Provincial Governments on Canadian Foreign Policy,” in Douglas M. Brown and Earl H. Fry, eds., States and Provinces in the International Economy (Berkeley, CA: Institute of Intergovernmental Relations, University of California at Berkeley, 1993), 233-43.

Andrew Fenton Cooper, Richard A. Higgott, and KRN, “Bound to Follow? Leadership and Followership in the Gulf Conflict,” Political Science Quarterly 106 (Fall 1991): 391-410; reprinted in: Mark Charlton and Elizabeth Riddell-Dixon, eds., Cross Currents: International Relations in the Post-Cold War Era (Toronto: Nelson Canada, 1993): 66-77; Demetrios Caraley and Cerentha Harris, eds., New World Politics: Power, Ethnicity and Democracy (New York: Academy of Political Science, 1993): 129-48.

“Succumbing to the Dumbbell: Canadian Perspectives on NATO in the 1990s,” in Barbara McDougall, Kim Richard Nossal, Alex Morrison and Joseph T. Jockel, Canada and NATO: The Forgotten Ally? (Cambridge: Institute for Foreign Policy Analysis, 1992), 17-32.

“A European Nation? The Life and Times of Atlanticism in Canada,” in John English and Norman Hillmer, eds., Making a Difference? Canada’s Foreign Policy in a Changing World Order (Toronto: Lester Publishing, 1992), 79-102; also published in translation as «Un pays européen ? L’histoire de l’atlantisme au Canada », dans La politique étrangère canadienne dans un ordre international en mutation. Une volonté de se démarquer ? (Québec, Centre québécois de relations internationales, 1992), 131-160.

William D. Coleman and KRN, “The State, War and Business in Canada, 1939-1945,” in Wyn Grant, Jan Nekkers, and Frans van Waarden, eds., Organising Business for War: Corporatist Economic Organisation during the Second World War (Providence: Berg Publishers, 1991), 47-73.

The Symbolic Purposes of Sanctions: Australian and Canadian Reactions to Afghanistan,” Australian Journal of Political Science 26 (March 1991): 29-50.

“Canadian Sanctions against South Africa: Explaining the Mulroney Initiatives, 1985-86,” Journal of Canadian Studies 25 (Winter 1990-91): 17-33.

“Opening up the Black Box: The Decision-Making Approach to International Politics,” in David G. Haglund and Michael K. Hawes, eds., World Politics: Power, Interdependence and Dependence (Toronto: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1990), 531-52.

“‘Micro-Diplomacy’: The Case of Ontario and Economic Sanctions against South Africa,” in William M. Chandler and Christian W. Zöllner, eds., Challenges to Federalism: Policy-Making in Canada and the Federal Republic of Germany (Kingston: Institute of Intergovernmental Relations, Queen’s University, 1989), 235-50.

The Imperial Congress: The Separation of Powers and Canadian-American Relations,” International Journal 44:4 (Autumn 1989): 863-83.

Knowing When to Fold: Western Sanctions against the USSR, 1980-1983,” International Journal 44:3 (Summer 1989): 698-724.

International Sanctions as International Punishment,” International Organization 43:2 (Spring 1989): 301-22,; reprinted in David A. Lake, ed., The International Political Economy of Trade, vol 2 (Aldershot, UK and Brookfield, VT: Edward Elgar, 1993): 430-52.

“Necessary and Sufficient Conditions: The Inertial Factor in Canadian Sanctions against Vietnam,” in Richard Stubbs, comp., Vietnam: Facing the 1990s, Asia Papers 1 (Toronto: Joint Centre for Asia Pacific Studies, 1989), 61-79.

Mixed Motives Revisited: Canada’s Interest in Development Assistance,” Canadian Journal of Political Science 21 (March 1988): 35-56; reprinted in Robert O. Matthews, Arthur G. Rubinoff and Janice Gross Stein, eds., International Conflict and Conflict Management: Readings in World Politics, 2nd ed. (Scarborough: Prentice-Hall Canada, 1989): 247-61.

“Cabin’d, Cribb’d, Confin’d?: Canada’s Interests in Human Rights,” in Robert O. Matthews and Cranford Pratt, eds., Human Rights in Canadian Foreign Policy (Montréal and Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 1988), 46-58.

Lauren McKinsey and KRN, “Introduction: The American Alliances and Canadian-American Relations,” in McKinsey and Nossal, eds., America’s Alliances, 13-31.

“The Dilemmas of Alliancemanship: Cohesion and Disintegration in the American Alliances,” in McKinsey and Nossal, eds., America’s Alliances, 32-51.

“Political Leadership and Foreign Policy: Trudeau and Mulroney,” in Leslie Pal and David Taras, eds., Prime Ministers and Premiers: Political Leadership and Public Policy in Canada (Scarborough: Prentice-Hall Canada, 1988), 112-23.

« Les sanctions économiques et les petits états: le cas de la ‘punition’ du Vietnam par le Canada », Études internationales 18 (septembre 1987): 523-44 (translated).

Adam Bromke and KRN, “A Turning Point in Canada-United States Relations,” Foreign Affairs 66 (Fall 1987): 150-69.

“Polar Icebreakers: The Politics of Inertia,” in Franklyn Griffiths, ed., Politics of the Northwest Passage (Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 1987), 216-38.

“Economic Sanctions in the League of Nations and the United Nations,” in David Leyton-Brown, ed., The Utility of International Economic Sanctions (London: Croom Helm, 1987), 7-21.

“Economic Nationalism and Continental Integration: Assumptions, Arguments and Advocacies,” in The Collected Research Studies/The Royal Commission on the Economic Union and Development Prospects for Canada, vol. 29: The Politics of Canada’s Economic Relationship with the United States, Denis Stairs and Gilbert R. Winham, eds., (Ottawa: Supply and Services Canada, 1985), 55-94; also published as « Le nationalisme économique et l’intégration continentale : hypothèses, arguments et causes » dans Les Études/Commission royale d’enquête sur l’union économique et les perspectives de développement du Canada, vol. 29: Les dimensions politiques des rapports entre le Canada et les États-Unis, Denis Stairs et G.R. Winham (dirs) (Ottawa: Approvisionnements et services Canada, 1986), 64-98.

“Doctrine and Canadian Foreign Policy: The Evolution of Bilateralism as a Policy Idea,” in Guy Gosselin, ed., La politique étrangère du Canada: Approches bilatérale et régionale (Québec: Centre québécois de relations internationales, 1984), 59-86.

“Bureaucratic Politics and the Westminster Model,” in Robert O. Matthews, Arthur G. Rubinoff and Janice Gross Stein, eds., International Conflict and Conflict Management: Readings in World Politics, 1st and 2nd eds. (Scarborough: Prentice-Hall Canada, 1984 and 1989).

Adam Bromke and KRN, “Tensions in Canada’s Foreign Policy,” Foreign Affairs 62 (Winter 1983-84): 335-53.

“Institutionalization and the Pacific Settlement of Interstate Conflict: The Case of Canada and the International Joint Commission,” Journal of Canadian Studies 18 (Winter 1983-84): 75-87.

Analyzing the Domestic Sources of Canadian Foreign Policy,” International Journal 39:1 (Winter 1983-84): 1-21; reprinted in Duane Bratt and Christopher J. Kukucha, eds., Readings in Canadian Foreign Policy: Classic Debates and New Ideas (Toronto: Oxford University Press, 2007): 163-75.

“Personal Diplomacy and National Behaviour: Trudeau’s North-South Initiatives,” Dalhousie Review 62 (Summer 1982): 278-91.

Michael M. Atkinson and KRN, “Bureaucratic Politics and the New Fighter Aircraft Decisions,” Canadian Public Administration 24 (Winter 1981): 531-62.

Does the Electoral Cycle in the United States Affect Relations with Canada?International Journal 36:1 (Winter 1980-81): 208-27.

«Les droits de la personne et la politique étrangère canadienne: le cas de l’Indonésie », Études internationales 11 (juin 1980): 223-38 (translated).

Michael M. Atkinson and KRN, “Executive Power and Committee Autonomy in the Canadian House of Commons: Leadership Selection, 1968-1979,” Canadian Journal of Political Science 13 (June 1980): 287-308.

Allison through the (Ottawa) Looking Glass: Bureaucratic Politics and Foreign Policy in a Parliamentary System,” Canadian Public Administration 22:4 (Winter 1979): 610-26; reprinted in Kenneth Kernaghan, ed., Public Administration in Canada, 4th and 5th eds. (Toronto: Methuen, 1982 and 1985).

“The Unmaking of Garrison: United States Politics and the Management of Canadian-American Boundary Waters,” Behind the Headlines 37 (November 1978): 30 pp.

“Retreat, Retraction and Reconstruction: Canada and Indochina in the Post-Hostilities Period,” in Gordon P. Means, ed., The Past in Southeast Asia’s Present (Ottawa: Canadian Council for Southeast Asian Studies, 1978), 171-81.

Business as Usual: Canadian Relations with China in the 1940s,” Historical Papers (1978): 134-47; reprinted in Nossal, ed., Acceptance of Paradox, 39-55.

Chungking Prism: Cognitive Process and Intelligence Failure,” International Journal 32:3 (Summer 1977): 559-76.

Newspaper Articles

Another March of Folly? Hardly,” The Globe and Mail, 15 April 1999

Foreign Policy for Wimps,” Ottawa Citizen, 23 April 1998, with reply by Lloyd Axworthy, minister of foreign affairs, 25 April 1998

Nobody’s Winning in the Taxi Business These Days,” Toronto Star, 29 August 1974

Public Lectures

The Trump Challenge: A New Era in Canadian-American Relations?” The Distinguished Canadian Address 2018, Center for the Study of Canada, State University of New York Plattsburgh, Plattsburgh, NY, 8 February 2018; video here.

Hegemonic Boss Dragons and Two-Sun Skies: The Rise of China and the Future of the Asia-Pacific,” Sir Walter Murdoch Memorial Lecture (2012), Murdoch University, 25 October 2012; Murdoch University lecture site here.

Unpublished Papers and Work in Progress

Becoming Xianggang: The Tragedy of Hong Kong, 
in progress, 2023; an examination of the transformation of Hong Kong after 1997

Coming About: Assessing Canada’s Geostrategic Turn at the End of the Post–Cold War Era,” in progress, 2023.

KRN and Phillip J. Wood, “The Raggedness of Prison Privatization: Australia, Britain, Canada, New Zealand and the United States Compared,” Prisons 2004 Conference on Prisons and Penal Policy: International Perspectives, City University, London, 23 June 2004

Upper Hand Down Under: American Politics and the Australia-U.S. Free Trade Agreement,” Australia and New Zealand Studies Association of North America, Toronto, 20 February 2004

Lonely Superpower or Unapologetic Hyperpower? Analyzing American Power in the Post-Cold War Era,” South African Political Studies Association, Saldanha, Western Cape, 29 June-2 July 1999

David Leyton-Brown, Don Munton, and KRN, “Political Developments in the United States: Sleeping with a Different Elephant? Fifth Lester B. Pearson Conference on the Canadian-American Relationship, Niagara-on-the-Lake, 14–17 October 1981.

Canadian Foreign Policy Resources

Stephen Harper, “Rediscovering the Right Agenda,” Citizens Centre Report Magazine, 10 June 2003, 72–77. For many years, Harper’s 2003 Civitas speech could only be found on-line in Cannabis Culture magazine. That site has now taken the speech down. It is reproduced here.