This article examines whether this reconfiguration has led to debates in the Canadian news media that reassess the purpose and priorities of Canada’s transatlantic relationships.
Canadian Foreign Policy Journal (CFPJ) is pleased to announce the release of Issue 3 of Volume 29: The War in Ukraine and its Global Implication
"The purpose of the special issue is to “shed light on both the remarkable opportunities and formidable challenges that building stronger ties to Southeast Asia entails.”
This article analyzes the historical evolution of the province's international activities in this area, by tracing the different periods of its development.
The issue features articles examining the impact of Brexit on Canadian perceptions of the EU and the UK, Canada’s economic measures act.
This commentary examines the issues surrounding Western policy and Russia’s distrust of Western negotiations.
Despite its importance to Canada, there are few, if any, empirical studies on how the Southeast Asian public perceive Canada. Existing elite-level analyses suggest that this perception is mixed – Canada is a likeable but ultimately fair-weather friend
David Carment, editor of the Canadian Foreign Policy Journal (CFPJ), and Professor of International Affairs at Carleton University, is pleased to announce that Kelly Gordell and Thomas Volgy have won the 2022 CFPJ Best Paper Prize
David Carment, Editor of the Canadian Foreign Policy Journal (CFPJ), is very pleased to announce the release of…
The Canadian Foreign Policy Journal has issued a call for papers for its upcoming special issue. Submissions should examine the connection between diminishing Canadian sovereignty, how the federal government frames and presents its foreign policy actions, and the Canadian identity in this special issue.