The new issue of the Canadian Foreign Policy Journal entitled “Problems Abroad? Revisiting the Intervention Trap in an Era of Global Uncertainty” examines the successes and failure of conflict intervention.
The journal is edited by David Carment, Canadian Global Affairs Institute Fellow and professor in the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs (NPSIA). It was guest edited by NPSIA PhD candidates Uriel Marantz, Fanny Siauw-Soegiarto and Sharon Zhengyang Sun.
“Our readers will be pleased with the quality and breadth of these contributions,” said Carment. “Each of them have been carefully selected and peer reviewed. They represent some of the best thinking from emerging scholars at leading universities and think tanks from around the world.”
“The scholarly network we’re building will help emerging academics influence policy in their own countries,” said Sun.
Topics include the comparative intervention policies of the Bush, Obama and Trump presidencies, alliance politics and hegemonic blackmail, adverse regime change, international justice and peacekeeping operations as well as peacebuilding in Haiti and intervention in Mali.
The Canadian Foreign Policy Journal is a peer-reviewed interdisciplinary journal published three times year at the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs.
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