Monographs Authored:

2022                Change in Global Environmental Politics: Temporal Focal Points and the Reform of International Institutions, Cambridge University Press. 

2011                Canada and the Kosovo Crisis: An agenda for intervention, Queen’s University Centre for International Relations, Martello Paper, No. 36. 

Articles in Refereed Journals: 

2023                “The Sources of Influence in Multilateral Diplomacy: Replaceability and Intergovernmental Networks in International Organizations,” Accepted for publication in Review of International Organizations. 

2022                “Toward a Super-COP: Timing, Temporality, and Re-Thinking Climate Governance,” Global Environmental Politics, Vol. 23, No. 1, pp. 3-10. 

2021                “The Networked Diplomacy of Informal International Institutions: The Case of the Proliferation Security Initiative,” Global Governance, Vol. 27, Iss. 3, pp. 410-432. 

2020                “A Bird in the Hand: Temporal Focal Points and Change in International Institutions,” Review of International Organizations, Vol. 15, No. 1, pp. 1-27 

2017                “Leading by Design: Informal Influence and International Secretariats,” Review of International Organizations, Volume 12, Number 4, pp. 497-522. 

2015                “Multilateral Solutions for Bilateral Problems: The 1972 Stockholm Conference and Canadian Foreign Environmental Policy,” International Journal, Volume 70, Number 1, pp. 4-22. 

2011                “Forceful Persuasion or Half-Hearted Diplomacy? Lessons from the Kosovo Crisis,” International Journal, Volume 66, Issue 3, pp. 351-369. 

2009                “Canada and the Kosovo Crisis: A ‘golden moment’ in Canadian foreign policy?,” International Journal, Volume 64, Issue 2, pp. 565-581.

2009                “Equal Partners, though Not of Equal Strength: The Military Diplomacy of General Charles Foulkes and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization,” Canadian Military History, Volume 18, Issue 1, pp. 1-11.

Chapters in Edited Volumes

2023 (with Kerry Buck) “Canada and the United Nations: Rethinking and Rebuilding Canada’s Global Role: Report by the Chairs of the Advisory Panel on Canada and the United Nations,” Lester B. Pearson Paper Series, Norman Paterson School of International Affairs,’s-Global-Role_Final-Report-Digital-1.pdf.

2021                (with Duncan Snidal) “The Supply of Informal International Governance: Hierarchy plus Networks in Global Governance,” in Michael Barnett, Jon Pevehouse, and Kal Raustiala (ed.), Global Governance in a World of Change (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press), pp. 182-213. 

2021                “Justin Trudeau and Institutional Informality: Canada’s Response to the COVID-19 Crisis,” in David Carment and Richard Nimijean (ed.), Canada Among Nations 2020: Divided in a Dangerous World (London: Palgrave-Macmillan), pp. 211-232. 

2017                “Developing World Environmental Cooperation: The Founex Seminar and the 1972 Stockholm Conference,” in Wolfram Kaiser and Jan-Henrik Meyer (ed.), International Organizations and Environmental Protection in the Global Twentieth Century: Actors, Agenda-Setting and Institution-Building (New York: Berghahn Books) pp. 103-127.  

2017                (with Norman Hillmer and Daniel Macfarlane) “The Pearson Government and the Diplomacy of the Environment,” in Asa McKercher and Galen Roger Perras (ed.), Mike’s World: Lester Pearson and Canadian External Relations, 1963-1968 (Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press) pp. 320-341. 

2016                “Explaining Canada’s Foreign Environmental Policies: 2006-2015,” in Adam Chapnick and Chris Kukucha (ed.), The Harper Era in Canadian Foreign Policy: Parliament, Politics, and Canada’s Global Posture (Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press) pp. 121-135.

Policy-oriented Publications

2020                “Geopolitics and COVID-19: An Isolationist Future is not in Canada’s Interests,” Ottawa Citizen, 21 May. 

2020                “Why Canada Needs a Foreign Policy Review,” Ottawa Citizen, 3 February. 

2019                “As the nuclear arms race heats up, Canada’s got a role to play,” Policy Options, 16 September, 

2019                “Why and How to Succeed at Network Diplomacy,” The Washington Quarterly, Vol. 42, No. 1.   

2019                “Canada and the Kosovo Crisis: Looking back, 20 years on,” Open Canada, 6 June, 

2019                “Turning up the heat on North Korea,” The National Interest, 23 April, 

2019                “NATO at 70: A ‘Community of Values’ Canada Still Needs to Fight For,” Open Canada, 5 April,

2018                Network Centrality and Canadian Diplomacy, Policy Options, 31 July, .