Canadian Foreign Policy Journal (CFPJ) has released its newest issue: Volume 21, Issue 3.

Carleton University’s David Carment, professor at the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs (NPSIA) and editor of the Canadian Foreign Policy Journal(CFPJ), announces the release of a special issue of CFPJ focused on sub-national politics.

This issue examines how the provinces and other sub-national and non-state actors influence Canadian foreign policy choices. Articles cover a range of topics, including inter-provincial negotiations over shared resources, proto- and para-diplomacy and the foreign policy aspirations of Quebec and other provinces.

The journal features a piece by Michael Urban, Rhodes Scholar and NPSIA alumnus, examining the breakdown of trust between Diefenbaker and Kennedy during the Cuban Missile Crisis.

Published articles represent the best peer-reviewed papers from a recent workshop held in Toronto.

“We are grateful to Fulbright Canada for their support of this event and in encouraging U.S. scholars to contribute to this special issue,” said Carment.

One article from this issue will be available on its affiliate website That article will be freely accessible to members of the public, who are encouraged to participate in the debate.

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CFPJ is published by NPSIA at Carleton and is now in its 21st year.

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