Political Science Publications

 

While research in Political Science Publications explores the traditional subfields of political science, including Canadian politics, comparative politics, international relations, local government, political theory, and public administration, its strengths lie in studies of global justice and international politics, multilevel governance, and democracy and citizenship.

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Submissions from 2018

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A Canadian professor's perspective on disaster capitalism, Erika Simpson

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A Canadian's Perspective on Disaster Capitalism, Erika Simpson

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On the Defensive, Erika Simpson

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Professor Anatol Rapoport’s Contribution to Game Theory and Peace Research, Erika Simpson

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Reckless and Ruthless: Given their personalities, don’t expect much rational from the Donald Trump-Kim Jong-un summit, Erika Simpson

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Will Trump's Space Force Lead to the Militarization of Space?, Erika Simpson

Submissions from 2017

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A Culture of Peace?, Erika Simpson

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Money Better Spent, Erika Simpson

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Time to dismantle nuclear weapons, Erika Simpson

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Where was Canada?, Erika Simpson

Submissions from 2016

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A precautionary tale, Erika Simpson

Canada's Arms Deal with Saudi Arabia, Erika Simpson

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Canadians keep asking questions about Saudi Arms Deal, Erika Simpson

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Evidence of Heavy-handed U.S. Diplomacy in Europe affects NATO’s Intentions in Ukraine and NATO’s Strategic Concept, Erika Simpson

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Federal Environment Minister delays decision on nuclear waste repository, Erika Simpson

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Federal Minister Delays Decision on Nuclear Waste Depository, Erika Simpson

It’s time for Canadian decisions on lethal drones, Erika Simpson

Nuclear Waste Burial in Canada? The Political Controversy over the Proposal to Construct a Deep Geologic Repository, Erika Simpson

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Nuclear Weapons and NATO_is it safer to deter or to disarm?, Erika Simpson

Nuclear Weapons and NATO: is it safer to deter or to disarm?, Erika Simpson

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Point and counterpoint, Erika Simpson

Proliferation of Drones Raises New Concerns, Erika Simpson

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Sustainable Development Goals Worth Sharing, Erika Simpson

Sustainable Development Goals Worth Sharing, Erika Simpson

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The contribution of two famous Canadian Peace Researchers: Anatol Rapoport and Douglas Roche, Erika Simpson