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Fen Hampson

Chancellor’s Professor & Professor of International Affairs

Phone:613-520-2600 x 6660
Email:fen.hampson@carleton.ca
Office:5113 Richcraft Hall
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Chancellor’s Professor & Professor of International Affairs
Canadian Foreign Policy, Internet Governance, International Organization, International Negotiation, and Conflict Resolution and Analysis

Expertise

Fen Osler Hampson is a former Director of the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs (NPSIA) (2000-2012). He is currently Chancellor’s Professor and Professor of International Affairs in the School.

Professor Hampson served as Director of the Global Commission on Internet Governance (GCIG) and is the President of the World Refugee & Migration Council.

Professor Hampson holds a Ph.D. from Harvard University where he also received his A.M. degree (both with distinction). He also holds an MSc. (Econ.) degree (with distinction) from the London School of Economics and a B.A. (Hon.) from the University of Toronto. A Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada, he is the author or co-author of 14 books and editor or co-editor of 30 other volumes. In addition, he has written more than 100 articles and book chapters on international affairs. His most recent books are Braver Canada: Shaping Our Destiny in a Precarious World (co-author), the Routledge Handbook of Peace, Security and Development (co-editor), Diplomacy and the Future of World Order (co-author), and Master of Persuasion: Brian Mulroney’s Global Legacy.

He is the recipient of several major awards, including a Distinguished Scholar Award from the International Studies Association, a research and writing award from the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation and a Jennings Randolph Peace Fellowship from the United States Institute of Peace. He was recognized as one of the top 50 people influencing Canada’s foreign policy by Embassy Magazine in 2009 and one of the top 80 in 2012 in a list that includes Cabinet ministers, senior public officials, lobbyists and members of the media; and one of the top 8 “thinkers” category in the Hill Times list of the top 100 people influencing Canadian foreign policy in 2014.

He is a frequent commentator and contributor in the national and international media. His articles have appeared in The Washington PostThe Globe and Mail, Foreign Policy Magazine, Foreign Affairs, the National PostiPolitics and elsewhere. He is a frequent commentator on the BBC, CBC, CTV, and Global news networks.