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


Bado, A.B., & Kendhammer, B. (2022). Women, CBAGs, and the Politics of Security Supply & Demand in Côte d’Ivoire. RESOLVE Network, 1-32.

Bateson, R., & Weintraub, M. (2022). The 2016 Election and America’s Standing Abroad: Quasi-Experimental Evidence of a Trump Effect. The Journal of Politics, 84(4), 2300-2304.

Bateson, R. (2022). Voting for a Killer: Efraín Ríos Montt’s Return to Politics in Democratic Guatemala. Comparative Politics, 54(2), 203-228.

Ben Jaffel, H., & Larsson, S. (Eds.). (2022). Problematising Intelligence Studies: Towards A New Research Agenda (1st ed.). Routledge.

Best, J. (2022). Uncomfortable Knowledge in Central Banking: Economic Expertise Confronts the Visibility Dilemma. Economy and Society, 54(1), 559-583.

Brown, S. (2022). Canada’s COVID-19 Vaccine Fix. Canadian Foreign Policy Journal, 28(1), 98-106.

Browne, S., Klauser, F., & Murakami Wood, D. (2022). Conversation: Surveillance / Environment / Nature / Sustainability. Surveillance and Society, 20(4), 462-476.


Chimhandamba, B. (2022). Book Review. Batman Saves the Congo: How Celebrities Disrupt the Politics of Development, by Budabin, A. C., & Richey, L. A. Potentia: Journal of International Affairs, 13, 149-152.


Bouka, Y., & Desrosiers, M.-E. (2022). Contestations et contraintes politiques en Afrique subsaharienne. Le monde en poche, Presses de l’Université de Montréal.

Cheeseman, N., & Desrosiers, M.-E. (2022). How (Not) to Engage with Authoritarian States. Westminster Foundation for Democracy.

Drolet, J., & Williams, M. (2022). The New Right, Critical Theory, and International Relations. Journal of International Political Theory, 18(1), 23-45.

Dunton, C. (2022). Book Review : Ascending Order : Rising Powers and the Politics of Status in International Relations. Small States & Territories, 5(2), 337-339.


Eliot, D., & Murakami Wood, D. (2022). Culling the FLoC: Market Forces, Regulatory Regimes and Google’s (mis)steps on the Path Away from Targeted Advertising. Information Polity, 27(2), 259-274.


Frowd, P.M. (2022). The Politics of Non-State Security Provision in Burkina Faso: Koglweogo Self-defence Groups’ Ambiguous Pursuit of Recognition. African Affairs, 121(482), 109-130.

Frowd, P.M. (2022). Borderwork Creep in West Africa’s Sahel. Geopolitics, 27(5), 1331-1351.


Huggins C. (2022). Land, High-Value Natural Resources, and Conflict in the Central African Republic. In Grant J. Andrew, Ovadia Jesse Salah & Andrews Nathan (Eds.). Natural Resource–Based Development in Africa: Panacea or Pandora’s Box? University of Toronto Press, Chapter 12.


Jones, P. (2022). Track Two Diplomacy and the India-Pakistan Conflict. In Sumit Ganguly & Frank O’Donnell (Eds.). Routledge Handbook of the International Relations of South Asia. Routledge, Chapter 14.

Jones, P. (2022). Time to Talk? Track Two Diplomacy and the Falklands/Malvinas Dispute. The Roundtable: The Commonwealth Journal of International Affairs, 111(1), 79-90.

Jones, P. (2022). A Middle East Cooperation and Security Process: Has the Time Come? Middle East Policy, 29(1), 74-89.

Jones, P. (2022). A Question of Impartiality: Canada and Peacemaking in the Middle East. In Bessma Momani & Thomas Juneau (Eds.). Middle Power in the Middle East: Canada’s Foreign and Defence Policies in a Changing Region. University of Toronto Press, Chapter 12.

Juneau, T., & Momani, B. (Eds.) (2022). Middle Power in the Middle East: Canada’s Foreign and Defence Policies in a Changing Region. University of Toronto Press. 


Katz-Rosene, R., & Heffernan, A. (2022). Age of Disruption: How Ecological Breakdown Could Alter Globalization. Balsillie Papers, 5(1).

Kelly-Bisson, C. & Massicotte, M-J. (2022). What’s Wrong with Permaculture Design Courses? Brazilian Lessons for Agroecological Movement-Building in Canada. In Colin R. Anderson, Rosa Binimelis Adell, Michel P. Pimbert & Marta Rivera Ferre (Eds.). Critical Adult Education in Food Movements. Springer, Cham, 61-74.

Kurtovic, L., & Gilbert, A. (2022). Labours of Representation: A Bosnian Workers’ Movement and the Possibilities of Collaborative Graphic Ethnography. Anthropologica, 64(1), 1-34.

Kurtovic, L. (2022). Riverine Struggles Against Plunder and Dispossession: Water Defenders in Postwar Bosnia-Herzegovina. Europe Now, 48.


Laliberté, A., & Simon, S. (2022). Taiwan Studies in Canada: Addressing Challenges of the 21st Century. In Astrid Lipinsky and Hsin-Huang Michael Hsiao (Eds.).  The Many Faces of Taiwan’s Cultural Diplomacy: Marking the First Decade of VCTS. LIT Verlag, 135-153.

Laliberté, A., Bordeaux, P., Dufourmont, E., & Madinier, R. (Eds.). (2022). Asia and the Secular: Francophone Perspectives in a Global Age. De Gruyter.

Laliberté, A., Bordeaux, P., Dufourmont, E., & Madinier, R. (2022). Asian Secularism from Words to Concepts and Practices. In André Laliberté, Pascal Bourdeaux, Eddy Dufourmont & Rémy Madinier (Eds.). Asia and the Secular: Francophone Perspectives in a Global Age. De Gruyter, 1-18.

Laliberté, A. (2022). Entangled Multiple Modernities and the Variety of Secular States. In André Laliberté, Pascal Bourdeaux, Eddy Dufourmont & Rémy Madinier (Eds.). Asia and the Secular: Francophone Perspectives in a Global Age. De Gruyter, 19-42.

Laliberté, A. (2022). The Buddhist Association of China and Constitutional Law in Buddhist Majority Nations: The International Channels of Influence. In Tom Ginsburg and Benjamin Schonthal (Eds.). Buddhism and Comparative Constitutional Law. Cambridge University Press, 285-304.

Laliberté, A. (2022). Religion and China’s Welfare Regimes: Buddhist Philanthropy and the State. Palgrave Macmillan.

Laliberté, A. (2022). Chinese Religions and Welfare Regimes Beyond the PRC: Legacies of Empire and Multiple Secularities. Palgrave Macmillan.

Laliberté, A. (2022). TAIWAN: The Development of an Asian Tiger. Pacific Affairs, 95(1), 144-146.

Laliberté, A. (2022). Hiding in Plain Sight: Paradigms Shifts in the Study of the ‘Religious Question’ in China. In Shiping Hua (Ed.). Paradigm Shifts in Chinese Studies. Palgrave Macmillan, 235-261.

Leblond, P. & Viju-Miljusevic, C. (2022). CETA as the EU’s First Third-Generation Trade Agreement: Does It Act Like One? Perspectivas: Journal of Political Science, 27, 41-55. 

Leblond, P. & Ruffat, A. (2022). Public Procurement Under CETA’s Chapter 19. In Robert G. Finbow (Ed.). CETA Implementation and Implications: Unravelling the Puzzle. McGill-Queen’s University Press, 143-158.

Haji, R. & Leblond, P. (2022). L’ACÉUM et le commerce numérique. Revue québécoise de droit international, hors-série, 197-216. 

Leblond, P. (2022). The USMCA and Digital Trade in North America. In Brahima S. Coulibaly & Joshua P. Meltzer (Eds.). USMCA Forward 2022: Building a More Competitive, Inclusive, and Sustainable North American Economy. Brookings Institution, 50-60.

Lenard, P.T. (2022). Restricting Emigration for their Protection? Exit Controls and the Protection of (Women) Migrant Workers. Migration Studies, 10(3), 510-527.

Lenard, P.T. (2022). Sanctuary as Democratic Non-Cooperation. Politics, Philosophy and Economics, 21(3), 291-312.

Lenard, P.T. (2022). Moral Proximity and the Territorial Imperative. European Journal of Political Theory, 21(3), 594-600.

Lenard, P.T. (2022). Anti-immigrant Populism and the Duty of Respectful Engagement 1. In Anna-Mária Bíró & Dwight Newman (Eds.). Minority Rights and Liberal Democratic Insecurities. Routledge, Chapter 6.

Juma, K., Lenard, P.T., Morris, S. & Terretta, M. Ordinary People, Extraordinary Actions. University of Ottawa Press.

Lenard, P.T. (2022). Constraining Denaturalization. Political Studies, 70(2), 367–384.

Lenard, P.T. (2022). Constructing National Identity and Generalized Trust in Diverse Democracies. In Markus M.L. Crepaz (Ed.). Handbook on Migration and Welfare. Edward Elgar Publishing, 405-419.


Monahan, T., & Murakami Wood, D. (2022). Revitalizing Dissent: Imperatives for Critical Surveillance Inquiry. Surveillance and Society, 20(4), 326-332.


Paris, R. (2022). European Populism and the Return of ‘Illiberal Sovereignty’: A Case-Study of Hungary. International Affairs, 98(2), 529-547.

Pingeot, L. (2022) The Multilateral Production of Global Policing: UN Peace Operations as Hubs for Protest Policing. Small Wars & Insurgencies, 33(4-5), 846-867.

Pingeot, L. & Bell, C. (2022) Recentring the Coloniality of Global Policing. Third World Quarterly, 43(10), 2488-2508.

Popovic, M., Ratelle, J., Siroky, D., & Souleimanov, E. (2022). Purifying the Religion: An Analysis of Haram Targeting among Salafi Jihadi Group. Comparative Politics,54(3), 525-54.


Ratelle, J. (2022). La paradiplomatie de Ramzan Kadyrov au Moyen-Orient. Revue d’études comparatives Est-Ouest, 1-2, 135-163.


Simon, S. (2022). Taiwan Can Help: Why CPTPP Members Should Recruit Taiwan as Soon as Possible. Prospects & Perspectives, 11.


Vucetic, S. (2022). Elite-Mass Agreement in British Foreign Policy. International Affairs, 98(1), 245–262.

Vucetic, S. (2022). China and its Region: An Assessment of Hegemonic Prospects. Journal of Regional Security, 17(2), 127–150.


Williams, M. (2022). The Darkness at the End of History: A Dialogue with Francis Fukuyama. Polity, 54(4), 794-801.

Williams, M. (2022). Conservatism, Civility, and the Challenges of International Political Theory. In Vassilios Paipais (Ed.). The Civil Condition and World Order: Beyond Tragedy and Utopianism. University of Bristol Press, 160-177.