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Jez Littlewood

Assistant Professor of International Affairs

Phone:613-520-2600 x 6659
Email:jeremy.littlewood@carleton.ca
Office:5315 River Building
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Jez Littlewood joined NPSIA in July 2007. He teaches the courses on Intelligence and International Affairs (INAF 5204), Terrorism and International Security (INAF 5244) Intelligence and National Security (INAF 5224), and Chemical and Biological weapons (INAF 5469). His research interests include proliferation and counter-proliferation of WMD, terrorism and counter-terrorism, international security, and intelligence. He served previously as an Advisor to the Counter-Proliferation Department of the UK Foreign & Commonwealth Office, the United Nations Department for Disarmament Affairs (Geneva), and with HM Forces (Army) of the UK. He is a UK national and permanent resident in Canada.

Expertise

Biological weapons; Proliferation of weapons of mass destruction; Terrorism and counter-terrorism; and Intelligence.

Fall 2015 Courses
INAF 5201/IPIS 5301 (INS)
INAF 5244/IPIS 5104 (INS)

Winter 2016 Courses
INAF 5224/IPIS 5304 (INS)
INAF 5469 (INS)

Research Option for completion of NPSIA M.A. International Affairs