Our International Relations subfield studies the causes and effects of interactions among nation-states and takes into account the influence of international regimes, domestic political institutions, and non-state actors on global governance. The International Relations subfield covers international and civil conflict, strategic studies, international organizations, international political economy and national foreign policy. Current areas of departmental research in this subfield include arctic security, genocide, war and peace, international norms, international law, terrorism, Canadian foreign policy, American foreign policy, and politics of international economic policy.
Intelligence, Strategic Studies, Terrorism, Non-Proliferation of Nuclear, Chemical and Biological Weapons
International Political Theory, International Organization, International Law, Ethics
International Law, the Laws of Armed Conflict, International Criminal Law, Human Security, Atrocity Prevention
International Relations, Strategic Studies, Canadian Foreign and Defence Policies, Circumpolar Relations, Ocean Politics, Naval Studies, Foreign Policy Studies
Foreign Policies, Domestic Politics of Middle Eastern Countries
Change in US Military, Changing Character of Warfare, US Security Policy, and NATO/Transatlantic Security Issues
Political Economy, International Bargaining, Trade, Foreign Direct Investment, Economic Political Behaviour