Publications à comité de lecture publiées par les membres du CÉPI:


Abrahamsen, R., & Bareebe, G. (2021). Uganda’s Fraudulent Election. Journal of Democracy, 32(2), 90-104.

Abu-Zahra, N., & Falah, G-W. (2021). The Evolution of Palestinian Critical Geography in Palestine and Beyond. In Lawrence D. Berg, Ulrich Best, Mary Gilmartin & Henrik Gutzon Larsen (Eds.). Placing Critical Geography: Historical Geographies of Critical Geography. Routledge, 9-27.


Baranyi, S., Samy, Y., & Washuta, B. (2021). SDG16+ Implementation in Fragile and Conflict-Affected States: What Do the Data Tell Us Six Years into Agenda 2030? Conflict, Security & Development, 21(6), 727-748.

Baranyi, S., Louis, I., & Masson, D. (2021). Entre le Mouvement des Femmes et le Mouvement des Personnes Handicapées : Mobilisations Intersectionnelles des Femmes Handicapées en Haïti. Aequitas, 27(2), 69-85.

Bateson, R. (2021). The Politics of Vigilantism. Comparative Political Studies, 54(6), 923-955.

Best, J., Hay, C., LeBaron, G., & Mügge, D. (2021). Seeing and Not-Seeing Like a Political Economist: The Historicity of Contemporary Political Economy and its Blind Spots. New Political Economy, 26(2), 217-228.

Best, J., Hay, C., LeBaron, G., & Mügge, D. (2021). Blind Spots in IPE: Marginalized Perspectives and Neglected Trends in Contemporary Capitalism. Review of International Political Economy, 28(2), 283-94.

Best, J., Hay, C., LeBaron, G., & Mügge, D. (Eds.) (2021). Blind Spots in Political Economy: Revisiting the Historical Foundations of Current Thought. New Political Economy, 26(2).

Best, J., Hay, C., LeBaron, G., & Mügge, D. (Eds.) (2021). Special Issue: Blind spots in International Political Economy. Review of International Political Economy, 28(2).

Brown, S. (2021). The Impact of COVID-19 on Development Assistance. International Journal, 76(1), 42-54.

Brown, S. (2021). Going Viral: Development Assistance Under the Trudeau Minority Government. In David Carment and Richard Nimijean (Eds.). Political Turmoil in a Tumultuous World: Canada Among Nations 2020. Palgrave Macmillan, 251-272.

Aldar, D., Brown, S., Chultemsuren, T., & Suter, C. (Eds.) (2021). Democratic Struggles in Challenging Times: Insights from Mongolia and Around the World. World Society Foundation and Independent Research Institute of Mongolia. 

Brown, S. (2021). Studying Democracy in Challenging Times. In Christian Suter, Stephen Brown, Dolgion Aldar and Tamir Chultemsuren (Eds.). Democratic Struggles in Challenging Times: Insights from Mongolia and Around the World. World Society Foundation and Independent Research Institute of Mongolia, 1-7.

Brown, S. (2021). National Development Agencies and Bilateral Aid. In Paul A. Haslam, Jessica Schafer and Pierre Beaudet (Eds.), Introduction to International Development: Approaches, Actors, Issues, and Practice. Fourth Edition. Oxford University Press, 150-167.


Dagher, R., & Persaud, N. (2021). The Role of Monitoring and Evaluation in the UN 2030 SDGs Agenda. Palgrave Macmillan.

Dagher, R. (2021). Reconstructing our Understanding of State Legitimacy in Post-conflict States. Palgrave Macmillan.

Dagher, R. (2021) Canada’s Economic Assistance to the OPT: Ideology, Politics, and Flawed Responses. Canadian Foreign Policy Journal, 27(1), 136-150.

Dagher, R., & Persaud, N. (2021). Evaluation in Our New Normal Environment: Navigating the Challenges with Data Collection. Journal of MultiDisciplinary Evaluation, 17(38), 1-15.

Desrosiers, M-E. (2021). Le Rapport Duclert et le Filtre des Lendemains Génocidaires. Revue d’histoire Contemporaine De l’Afrique, novembre, 9-27.


Gheciu, A. (2021). Liberalism and Peaceful Change. In T. V. Paul, Deborah Welch Larson, Harold A. Trinkunas, Anders Wivel, and Ralf Emmers (Eds.). The Oxford Handbook of Peaceful Change in International Relations.  Oxford University Press, 111-128.


Huggins, C., & Kinyondo, A. (2021). State-Led Efforts to Reduce Environmental Impacts of Artisanal and Small-Scale Mining in Tanzania: Implications for Fulfilment of the Sustainable Development Goals. Environmental Science & Policy, 120(June), 157-164.

Huggins, C. (2021). The Mining Sector in Sub-Saharan Africa: Flows of Capital and People in Large-Scale Mining and Artisanal and Small-Scale Mining. In Annelies Zoomers, Maggi Leung, Kei Otsuki and Guus Van Westen (Eds.). Handbook of Translocal Development and Global Mobilities. Edward Elgar Publishing, 160-176.

Huggins C. (2021) Overlaps, Overestimates and Oversights: Understanding Domestic and Foreign Factors in the Land Rush in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. In Logan Cochrane and Nathan Andrews (Eds.). The Transnational Land Rush in Africa. International Political Economy Series. Palgrave Macmillan, 235-260.

Huggins, C., & Kinyondo, A. (2021) Promoting Environmental Sustainability in the Artisanal and Small-Scale Mining Sector in Tanzania. UN-WIDER working paper.


Carvin, S., & Juneau, T. (2021). Intelligence Analysis and Policymaking: The Canadian Experience. Stanford University Press.

Juneau, T. (2021). Le Yémen en Guerre: Entre Fragmentation et Internationalisation. Presses de l’Université de Montréal.

Amarasingam, A., Juneau, T., & West, L. (Eds.). (2021). Stress-tested: The COVID-19 Pandemic and Canadian National Security. University of Calgary Press.  

Carvin, S., Forcese, C., & Juneau, T. (Eds.). (2021). Top Secret Canada: Understanding the Canadian Intelligence and National Security Community. University of Toronto Press.  


Katz-Rosene, R.M., Kelly-Bisson, C., & Paterson, M. (2021). Teaching Students to Think Ecologically About the Global Political Economy, and Vice Versa. Review of International Political Economy, 28(4), 1083-1098.

Katz-Rosene, R.M. (2021), A Not-So-Green Choice? The High Carbon Footprint of Long-Distance Passenger Rail Travel in Canada. The Canadian Geographer / Le Géographe canadien, 65, 141-151.

Katz-Rosene, R.M. (2021). The Pandemic, the Economy, and Environmental Change: Six Implications for the Study of International Political Economy. Global Perspectives, 2(1), 24409.

Katz-Rosene, R.M. (2021). ‘Don’t Think of Fukushima!’: The Ethics of Risk Reframing in ‘Nuclear for Climate’ Communications. Ethics, Policy & Environment, 24(2), 164-186.

Andrée, P., & Katz-Rosene, R.M. (2021). Canada’s Ecological Political Economy and the Climate Crisis: An interview With Dr. Laurie Adkin. Studies in Political Economy, 102(1), 51-60.

Kurtović, L. (2021). When the “People” Leave: On the Limits of Nationalist (Bio)Politics in Postwar Bosnia-Herzegovina. Nationalities Papers, 49(5), 873-892. 


Laliberté, A. (2021). Taiwan’s Covenantal Pluralism. Review of Faith and International Affairs, 19(1), 42-55.

Laliberté, A. (2021) China in a Secular Age: Coping with the Legacy of a Religious State. Brill.

Laliberté, A. (2021). How Do We Measure Secularity? Journal of Law and Religion, 36(2), 283-290.

Landriault, M., Saël, E., & Savard, J-F. (2021). How Representations of Inuit Issues in Parliamentary Committees Reveal a Specific Policy Dynamic. The Northern Review, 52, 91-126.

Landriault, M., Payette, J-F., & Roussel, S. (Eds.) (2021). Mapping Arctic Paradiplomacy: Limits and Opportunities for Sub-National Actors in Arctic Governance. Routledge.

Landriault, M., & Vullierme, M. (2021). North American Arctic Paradiplomacy: Between Multilateral and Bilateral Inclinations. In Mathieu Landriault, Jean-François Payette, Stéphane Roussel (Eds.). Mapping Arctic Paradiplomacy: Limits and Opportunities for Sub-National Actors in Arctic Governance. Routledge, 36-55.

Landriault, M. (2021). Arctic Security and Sovereignty through a Media Lens: From a Pile of Frozen Rocks to the Bottom of the Sea. In Wilfrid Greaves and P. Whitney Lackenbauer (Eds.). Breaking Through: Understanding Sovereignty and Security in the Circumpolar Arctic. University of Toronto Press, 62-79.

Leblond, P. (2021). Uploading CPTPP and USMCA Provisions to the WTO’s Digital Trade Negotiations Poses Challenges for National Data Regulation: Example From Canada. In Mira Burri (Ed.). Big Data and Global Trade Law. Cambridge University Press, 301-315.

Leblond, P. (2021). Governing Cross-Border Data Flows Beyond Trade Agreements to Support Digital Trade: Inspiration From International Financial Standards-Setting Bodies. In Ingo Borchert and L Alan Winters (Eds.). Addressing Impediments to Digital Trade. CEPR Press, 169-194.

Lenard, P.T. (2021). How Exceptional? Welcoming Refugees in the Canadian Way. American Review of Canadian Studies, 51(1), 78-95.

Lenard, P.T., & Macdonald, T. (2021). Democracy Versus Security as Standards of Political Legitimacy: The Case of National Policy on Irregular Migrant Arrivals. Perspectives on Politics, 19(2), 371-387.

Haugen, S., Lenard, P.T., & Morris, S. (2021). Refugee Sponsorship and Family Reunification. Journal of Refugee Studies, 34(1), 130-148.

Lenard, P.T. (2021). Culture, Trust and Religious Markers. In Nils Holtug and Eric Uslaner (Eds.). National Identities and Social Cohesion. ECPR Press, 77-92.

Lenard, P.T. (2021). Decentralizing Refugee Resettlement: Engaging Communities in Extending Welcome. In Ander Errasti and Cristina Astier (Eds.). Refugees’ Europe : towards an inclusive democracy. Rowman & Littlefield.

Lenard, P.T. (2021). Free To Be You and Me: An Introduction to Ghosh’s De-Moralizing Gay Rights. Critical Review of Social and Political Philosophy, 24(7), 1048-1055.


Martin, A., & Massicotte, M-J. (2021). Agrifood Systems Literacy: Insights From Two High Schools’ Programs in Ontario. Canadian Food Studies, 8(4).

Gruin, J., & Massot, P. (Eds.) (2021). Conceptualizing Contemporary Markets. Competition & Change, 25(5).

Gruin, J., & Massot, P. (2021). Conceptualizing Contemporary Markets: Introduction to the Special Issue. Competition & Change, 25(5), 507-516.

Massot, P. (2021). The State of the Study of the Market in Political Economy: China’s Rise Shines Light on Conceptual Shortcomings. Competition & Change, 25(5), 534-560.

Musu, C. (2021). Cultural Heritage Protection, Illicit Antiquities, and the International Fight Against Terrorism Financing. In Beatrice Romiti and Antonello Folliero (Eds.). The Safety and Security of Cultural Heritage in Zones of War or Instability. IOS Press, 15-31.


Simon, S. (2021). Making God’s Country: A Phenomenological Approach to Christianity among the Sediq-Truku of Taiwan. In Chia-yuan Huang, Daniel Davies and Dafydd Fell (Eds.). Taiwan’s Contemporary Indigenous Peoples. Routledge Press, 34-52.

Simon, S. (2021). Wayfaring in Taiwan during COVID-19: Reflections on Political Ontologies of Disease and Geopolitics. Anthropologica, 63(1), 1-27.


Vucetic, S. (2021). Greatness and Decline: National Identity and British Foreign Policy. McGill-Queen’s University Press.

Vucetic, S. (2021). Race, Liberalism, and Global Justice: Interdisciplinary Interview with Charles W. Mills. International Politics Review, 9, 155-170.


Drolet, J-F., & Williams, M. (2021). The Radical Right, Realism, and the Politics of Conservatism in Post-War International Thought. Review of International Studies, 47(3), 273-293.


Zürcher, C. (2021). Democratization and Peacebuilding. In Oliver P. Richmond and Gëzim Visoka (Eds.). The Oxford Handbook of Peacebuilding, Statebuilding, and Peace Formation. Oxford University Press, 444-458.

Zyla, B., & Grant, L. (2021). Canada as Statebuilder? Development and Reconstruction Efforts in Afghanistan. McGill/Queen’s University Press.

Zyla, B., & Mieszkalski, G. (2021). Engaging Displaced Populations in a Future Syrian Transitional Justice Process: The Peacebuilding-Transitional Justice Nexus. Palgrave Macmillan.

Cassin, K., & Zyla, B. (2021). The End of the Liberal World Order and the Future of UN Peace Operations: Lessons Learned. Global Policy, 12(4), 455-467.