Director, Centre for International and Defence Policy, Queen's University
Books and Monographs
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.
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.
The Beijing Massacre: Australian Responses, Australian Foreign Policy Papers (Canberra: Department of International Relations, Australian National University, 1993), 72 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.
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.
“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.
“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: Minerva’s Rule (London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2013), 49-64.
“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.
“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).
“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
“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).
“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.
“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.
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.
“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
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.
“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.
“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.
“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.
“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.
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.
“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.
“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.
“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.
“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).
“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.
“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.
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.