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Negotiating Freer Trade: the United Kingdom, the United States, Canada, and the Trade Agreements of l938 (Waterloo, Ontario: Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 1989) [with Ian M. Drummond], x, 197 pp.
For Better or For Worse: Canada and the United States to the l990s (Toronto: Copp Clark Pitman, 1991) [with J. L. Granatstein], xvi, 334 pp.
Empire to Umpire: Canada and the World to the 1990s (Toronto: Copp Clark Longman, 1994) [with J. L. Granatstein], ix, 373 pp.
Elder Daughter of the Empire: A History of Canadian-British Relations, 1713-1982 (in Japanese; Tosui Shobo, Tokyo, 1997) [with Kazuo Kimura and P. A. Buckner], xii, 271 pp.
Prime Ministers: Rating Canada’s Leaders (Toronto: Harper Collins, 1999) [with J. L. Granatstein], 233 pp.
The Atlas of Canada and the World (Vancouver, Toronto, New York: Whitecap Books, 1999), 223 pp.
Books Edited:
The In-Between Time: Canadian External Policy in the l930s (Toronto: Copp Clark, 1974) [with Robert Bothwell], 224 pp.
A Foremost Nation: Canadian Foreign Policy and a Changing World (Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1977) [with Garth Stevenson], 296 pp.
The First British Commonwealth: Essays in Honour of Nicholas Mansergh (London: Frank Cass, l980) [with P.G. Wigley], 192 pp.
The Official History of the Royal Canadian Air Force, Volume II: The Creation of a National Air Force (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, l986) [by W.A.B. Douglas], xix, 797 pp. Winner of 1988 C. P. Stacey Award.
On Guard for Thee: War, Ethnicity, and the Canadian State, l939-l945 (Ottawa: Canadian Committee for the History of the Second World War, l988) [with B. Kordan and L. Luciuk], xx, 282 pp.
Nearly Neighbours: Canada and the Soviet Union from Cold War to Détente and Beyond (Kingston: Frye Publishers, 1989) [with J. L. Black], xii, 174 pp.
Partners Nevertheless: Canadian-American Relations in the Twentieth Century (Toronto: Copp Clark Pitman, 1989), 322 pp.
Making a Difference? Canada's Foreign Policy in a Changing World Order (Toronto, Lester Publishing, 1992) [with John English], xx, 236 pp. French edition: La politique étrangere canadienne dans un ordre international en mutation: une volonté de se démarquer? (Québec: Centre Québécois de Relations internationales, Université Laval, 1992), 338 pp.
Documents relatifs aux relations extérieures du Canada/Documents on Canadian External Relations, Volume XIII: 1947 (Ottawa: Affaires extérieures et Commerce extérieur Canada/External Affairs and International Trade Canada, 1993) [with Donald Page], xxxvii, 1654 pp.
A Country of Limitations: Canada and the World in 1939/Un pays dans la gene: le Canada et le monde en 1939 (Ottawa: Canadian Committee for the History of the Second World War/Comite canadien D'Histoire de la Deuxieme Guerre mondiale, 1996) [with Robert Bothwell, Roger Sarty and Claude Beauregard], 295 pp.
Pearson: the Unlikely Gladiator (Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 1999), x, 213 pp.
Canada Among Nations 2001: The Axworthy Legacy (Don Mills, Ontario: Oxford University Press, 2001), xiv, 235 pp. [with Fen Osler Hampson and Maureen Appel Molot]
Chapters in Edited Books:
"Anglo-Canadian Relations, 1927-1929: Representation and Responsibility in the 'New Era' of Empire," in The Dominions between the Wars (London, 1972), 10-21
"The Anglo-Canadian Neurosis: The Case of O.D. Skelton," in Peter Lyon, ed., Britain and Canada: Survey of a Changing Relationship (London: Frank Cass, l976), 6l-84. Partially reprinted in Bothwell and Hillmer, The In-Between Time, l79-l82
O. Stubbs, eds., Mackenzie King: Widening the "The Pursuit of Peace: Mackenzie King and the 1937 Imperial Conference," in John English and J. Debate (Toronto: Macmillan, 1978), l49-l72
"The Anglo-Dominion Alliance, 1939-1939," Comité International des Sciences historiques, Bucarest, l0-l7 aout l980, Rapports, II, Section Chronologique (Bucharest: Editura Academiei Republicii Socialiste Romania, 1980), 538-551
"The Foreign Office, the Dominions and the Diplomatic Unity of the Empire, 1925-29," in David N. Dilks, ed., Retreat from Power: Studies in Britain's Foreign Policy of the Twentieth Century, Volume I: 1906-1939 (London: Macmillan, 1981), 64-77, 192-193
"The Canadian Diplomatic Tradition," in Andrew Cooper, ed., Canadian Culture: International Dimensions (Canadian Institute of International Affairs/Centre on Foreign Policy and Federalism, University of Waterloo and Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo, l985), 45-57. Reprinted in J. L. Granatstein, ed., Towards A New World: Readings in the History of Canadian Foreign Policy (Toronto: Copp Clark Pitman, 1992), 6-16
"The Second World War as an (Un) National Experience," in Hillmer et al, On Guard for Thee, xi-xx
"A Shaft of Baltic Pine: Negotiating the Anglo-American-Canadian Trade Agreements of 1938," in P.L. Cottrell and D.E. Moggridge, eds., Money and Power: Essays in Honour of L.S. Pressnell (London: Macmillan, 1988), 199-225 [with Ian M. Drummond]
"Canada and the Soviet Union as Neighbours," in Black and Hillmer, Nearly Neighbours, 1-18 [with J.L. Black]
"Canadians Abroad," in D. Kerr and D.W. Holdsworth, eds., Historical Atlas of Canada, Volume III: Addressing the Twentieth Century 189l-1961 (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1990), plate 57 [with N. Quigley and M. MacPherson]
"United Nations Peacekeeping Operations," in John Marteinson et. al., We Stand on Guard: An Illustrated History of the Canadian Army (Montreal: Ovale Publications, 1992), 450-489 [with B. Rawling]
"Canada and the 'Godless Country,' 1930-1939," in David Davies, ed., Canada and the Soviet Experiment: Essays on Canadian Encounters with Russia and the Soviet Union, 1900-1991 (Toronto and Waterloo: Centre for Russian and East European Studies, University of Toronto/ Centre on Foreign Policy and Federalism, University of Waterloo, 1993), 57-73
"Peacekeeping: Canadian Invention, Canadian Myth," in J. L. Granatstein and Sune Akerman, eds., Welfare States in Trouble: Historical Perspectives on Canada and Sweden (North York, Ontario: Swedish-Canadian Academic Foundation, 1994), 159-170. Also published under the same title, Umea University Studies in Humanities series, Swedish Science Press, Uppsala, 1995.
"Canadian Peacekeeping and the Road Back to 1945," in Fabrizio Ghilardi, ed., Canada e Italia: Prospettive di Co-operazione (Pisa and Milan: Centro Interuniversitario di Studi sul Canada, 1994), 145-159
"Pearson and the Sense of Paradox," in Pearson: the Unlikely Gladiator, 3-18, 181-3.
"Soiuzniki pri liubykh obstoiatel’stvalh’: Russkie i kanadtsy v dvukh mirovykh voinakh," in V. A. Koleneko, Razmyshleniia o Kanade (Moscow: Iviran, 1999), 24-38 [with J. L. Black].
"The Return to Continentalism in Canadian Foreign Policy," in Canada Among Nations 2001: The Axworthy Legacy, 1-18. [with Fen Osler Hampson and Maureen Appel Molot]
"The Axworthy Revolution," in Canada Among Nations 2001: The Axworthy Legacy, 67-88. [with Adam Chapnick]
Articles in Refereed Journals:
"A British High Commissioner for Canada, 1927-28," Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, I, 3 (May 1972), 339-356
"Defence and Ideology: The Anglo-Canadian Military 'Alliance' in the Nineteen Thirties," International Journal, XXXIII, 3 (Summer 1978), 588-612. Reprinted in B.D. Hunt and R.G. Haycock, eds., Canada's Defence: Perspectives on Policy in the Twentieth Century (Toronto: Copp Clark Pitman, 1993), 82-97
"The Incredible Canadian: Mackenzie King and the Commonwealth," University of Leeds Review, XXII (1979), 77-85
"Personalities and Problems in Anglo-Canadian Economic Relations Between the Two World Wars," Bulletin of Canadian Studies, III, 1 (June 1979), 5-21
"Defining the First British Commonwealth: The Hankey Memoranda on the 1926 Imperial Conference," Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, VIII, l (October 1979), 105-116 [with P.G. Wigley]
"The Impact of the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan on Western Canada: Some Saskatchewan Case Studies," Journal of Canadian Studies, XVI, 3-4 (Fall-Winter 1981), 133-144 [with Brereton Greenhous]
"The ODL, 1929: A Neglected Imperial Conference," Bulletin of Canadian Studies, VI, 2/VII, l (Autumn 1983), 15-24
"Canada's Alliances," Revue internationale d'Histoire militaire, Comité international des Sciences historiques, LI (1982), 31-52 [with John English]. Partially reprinted in Partners Nevertheless: Canadian-American Relations in the Twentieth Century (Toronto: Copp Clark Pitman, 1989), 32-42

Encyclopedia or Dictionary Articles:



"Ontario" and seventy-seven other entries, The Canadian Encyclopedia (3 volumes; Edmonton: Hurtig, l985)
"Cathcart, Charles Murray, 2nd Earl Cathcart," Dictionary of Canadian Biography, Volume VIII: 185l-1860 (Toronto and Quebec: University of Toronto Press/Les Presses de l'université Laval), 134-6 [with O. A. Cooke]
"Commonwealth" and seventy-five other entries, L'Encyclopédie du Canada (3 volumes; Montreal: Stanké, l987)
"McNaughton," Encyclopedia of World Biography, Volume XIV (Palatine, Illinois: J. Heraty and Associates; 1987), 482-483
"Statute of Westminster" and seventy-eight other entries, including new and revised articles, as well as material reprinted from the first edition, The Canadian Encyclopedia (4 volumes; Edmonton: Hurtig, 1988)
"Jackson, Sir Richard Downes," Dictionary of Canadian Biography Volume III: 1851 to 1860 (University of Toronto/Les Presses de l'université Laval, 1988), 440-441 [with O. A. Cooke]
"Canadian-American Relations," "Defence," and twenty-five other articles, The Junior Encyclopedia of Canada (five volumes; Edmonton: Hurtig, 1990)
"Mulroney," Encyclopedia of World Biography, Volume XV, (Palatine, Illinois: J. Heraty and Associates; 1992), 394-395
"Kim Campbell" and "Jean Chrétien," Encyclopedia of World Biography, Volume XVIII, (Palatine, Illinois: J. Heraty and Associates; 1995), 65-67 and 75-77
Revisions of "Department of External Affairs," "Department of Finance," "Foreign Investment Review Agency" and 25 other articles, 1998 Canadian Encyclopedia on CD-ROM (Toronto, 1997)
"Jean Charest" and "Mike Harris," 1999 Canadian Encyclopedia on CD-ROM (Toronto, 1998)
Ten articles on the Canadian constitution, 2000 Canadian Encyclopedia on CD-ROM (Toronto, 1999; with Hector M. Mackenzie)
"External Relations," and one hundred and twenty-four other articles, The Canadian Encyclopedia: Year 2000 Edition (Toronto, 1999)
"Louise Arbour" and "Beverley McLachlin," 2001 Canadian Encyclopedia on CD-ROM (Toronto, 2000)

Articles in Non-refereed Journals and Miscellaneous Scholarly Publications:



"Bibliography," in Michael Cross and Robert Bothwell, eds., Policy by Other Means: Essays in Honour of C.P. Stacey (Toronto: Clarke Irwin, l972), 246-258
"O.D. Skelton: The Scholar Who Set a Future Pattern," International Perspectives (September-October 1973), 46-49. Translated in Perspectives internationales (septembre-octobre 1973), 48-52
Canada's Foreign Policy 19l9-1939 (Ottawa: National Museums of Canada/National Film Board of Canada; Canada's Visual History, Volume 27)/La politique exterieure du Canada l9l9-l939 (Musées nationaux du Canada/Office national du film du Canada; Histoire du Canada en images, volume 27, n.d., but 1978) [with Robert Bothwell]
"The Cunning of Restraint: General J. H. MacBrien and the Problems of Peacetime Soldiering," Canadian Defence Quarterly, VIII, 4 (Spring, 1979), 40-47 [with W. J. McAndrew]. Reprinted in CDQ, XX, I (Special No. 2/1990), 45-52, as one of nine best articles in 20-year history of the journal.
"The Outstanding Imperialist: Mackenzie King and the British," Canada House, Lecture Series, number 4 (London: Canada House, 1980)
"Mackenzie King, Canadian Air Policy and the Imperial Conference of l923," High Flight, I, 5 (198l), 189-193, 196
"The RCAF in 1927: Organizing for the Air Defence of Canada," High Flight, II, 3 (May-June 1982), 86-90
"The Mythology of Canada's War, 1939-1945," The History and Social Science Teacher, XX, 2 (Winter 1985), 70-80 [with Roger Sarty]
"Vincent Massey and the Origins of the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan," Canadian Defence Quarterly, XVI, 4 (Spring 1987), 49-56
"O.D. Skelton: Called and chosen/le gout de Canada," Dialogue, 14,2 (April 1990), 37-39
"Charles Perry Stacey," Canadian Historical Review, LXXI, 3 (September 1990), 375-377
"The Essential Academic," in "Escott Reid: Issues and Causes," Behind the Headlines (Canadian Institute of International Affairs), L, 1 (Autumn 1992), 16-18
"Cutting Out a Paper Tiger," in Brereton Greenhous et al., The Crucible of War, 1939-1945, The Official History of the Royal Canadian Air Force, Volume III (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1994), 106-124
"Canadian Peacekeeping: Old and New," in Peacekeeping 1815 to Today, Proceedings of the XXIst Colloquium of the International Commission of Military History (Quebec City, 1995), 539-548
"Allies of Any Kind: Canadians and Russians in Two World Wars," CRCR Conference/ Roundtable Series No. 7 (October 1996) [with J. L. Black]
"The Economic Impact of International Post-Secondary Students on the Ottawa-Hull Region, 1997, with Special Reference to Carleton University,"
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"O.D. Skelton: Ambition Under Control,", 2001.

Review Articles:



"Les diplomats canadiens pendant la guerre," Revue d'histoire de la Deuxieme Guerre mondiale, 104 (Octobre l976), 99-101
"From Bosom to Bony Lap" (The Literature of Canadian-American Relations, 1977-1980), Acadiensis, XI, l (Autumn 1981), 172-179
"Diplomacy Makes Writers," International Perspectives, (May-June 1983), 15-18
"Canada and the Early Cold War," in J. L. Black, Origins, Evolution, and Nature of the Cold War: An Annotated Bibliographic Guide (Santa Barbara, California: ABC-Clio, 1985) [with John English]
"The Development of the Royal Air Force, 1909-1945," in Gerald Jordan, ed., British Military History (New York: Garland Publishing, 1988), 345-366 [with S.J. Harris]
"Peacemakers, Blessed and Otherwise," Canadian Defence Quarterly, XIX, l (Summer 1989), 55-58
"Canada's Second World War," in J. Rohwer and H. Muller, eds., Neue Forschungen zum Zweiten Weltkrieg (Koblenz: Bernard & Graefe, l990), 268-282 [with O. A. Cooke and others]

Book Reviews in Scholarly Journals:



A.I. Inglis, ed., Documents relatifs aux relations extérieures du Canada /Documents on Canadian External Relations, Volume IV: l926-30 , Canadian Historical Review, LIV, 3 (September 1973), 308-309
R. C. Brown, Robert Laird Borden: A Biography, Volume I: l854-l9l4, International Journal, XXXII, 4 (Autumn 1977), 879-880
John Kendle, The Round Table and Imperial Unity, Canadian Historical Review, LIX, 1 (March l978), l0l-l03
Ritchie Ovendale, 'Appeasement' and the English Speaking World, Canadian Historical Review, LXI, 3 (September l980), 402-403
A.B. McKillop, ed., Contexts of Canada's Past: Selected Essays of W.L. Morton, Canadian Historical Review, LXII, 4 (December 1981), 556
R.F. Holland, Britain and the Commonwealth Alliance, Canadian Historical Review, LXIII, 4 (December 1982), 55l-552
David Mackenzie, Inside the Atlantic Triangle, Canadian Historical Review, LXVIII, 2 (June 1987), 329-330
R. Bowen, Innocence is Not Enough: The Life and Death of Herbert Norman; J. Barros, No Sense of Evil. Espionage: The Case of Herbert Norman, Canadian Historical Review, LXVlX, 4 (December 1988), 563-565
E.M. Andrews, The Writing on the Wall: The British Commonwealth and Aggression in the East, l93l-l935, Canadian Historical Review, LXX, 4 (December l989), 6l3

Journalistic Writing:



"Exploiting the Empire," Canadian Forum, LV, 651 (June 1975), 43-44
"A Painful Reminder," Legion (November 1975), 32a
"Fifty Years Ago: 'The Greatest Living Canadian,'" Canadian Historical Association Newsletter (Winter 1977), 10
Reviews: Escott Reid, Envoy to Nehru (January); Russell Doern, Wednesdays are Cabinet Days (March); Donald Smith, Long Lance (May); Gordon Aitken, Returning Officer (November), Quill & Quire (1982)
Review: Desmond Morton, A Peculiar Kind of Politics, Quill & Quire, (March 1983), 66
"Lest We Forget: Recollections of War Vets," Quill & Quire (September 1983), 76
Review: Escott Reid, On Duty, Quill & Quire (March 1984)
"D. Day Accounts Honour Canadian Heroism," Quill & Quire (June 1984), 34
Review: J. L. Granatstein, Canada l867-l967, Quill & Quire (June l986), 36
Review: J. Bruce, Back the Attack; R.R. Pierson, They're Still Women After All, Quill & Quire (August 1986), 45
Review: J. B. Lamb, On the Triangle Run, Quill & Quire (November l986), 25
"Between Friends/Entre Voisins," Horizon Canada, l05 (l987), 2504-2509
"Pacifists, Soldiers, and the Wars that Bind Them," Quill & Quire (September 1987), 81
Corporate Illustration in Business Today (Toronto: Illustrators Editions Incorporated, [1988] [with Tony Begbie]
Review: G.B. Doern and B.W. Tomlin, Faith and Fear: The Free Trade Story, bout de papier, 9, 3 (Summer 1992), 16-18
"The Sixtieth Anniversary of the Statute of Westminster," "Major Foreign Policy Conference in Toronto," and "Milestones of Canadian Foreign Policy," Canada Reports, IV, 2 (1992), 4-5, 8
Review: Lawrence Martin, Pledge of Allegiance: The Americanization of Canada in the Mulroney Years, bout de papier, 10, 4 (Fall-Winter 1993), 39-40
"Historians Rank the Best and Worst Canadian Prime Ministers," Maclean's, 21 April 1997, 34-39 [with J. L. Granatstein]
"George Powell Hillmer," Lives Lived, The Globe and Mail, 22 July 1998, A26
Great March West of the North-West Mounted Police, 1874, 1999 Commemorative Calendar, Calgary, The Royal Canadian Mounted Police Veterans’ Association, 1999
"Canada’s Century: The 25 Events That Shaped the Country," Maclean's, 1 July 1999, 18-53 [with J. L. Granatstein] Honourable Mention, National Magazine Award, 1999
"USA:s karnvapen skyddar Sverige," Svenska Dagbladet, 16 maj 2000, E 1 [with Ann-Sofie Dahl]
"The Twentieth Century Belongs to Canada," Carleton University Magazine, Spring 2000, 21. Full text on
"Canadians Who Inspired the World," Maclean's, 4 September 2000, 26-47 [with J. L. Granatstein]

Selected Academic Papers and Presentations:


"The Perversity of Canadian Diplomacy," Duke University, Durham, N.C., March 1989
"Allies-to-Be: Canada, the United States, and the Commonwealth in the 1930s," American Military Institute Annual Meeting, Washington, May 1990
"Be Mine Enemy for Friendship's Sake: Contemporary Canadian-American Relations," Trent University, 14 November 1990
"How the Weakness of Canadian-American History Forced Me into the Arms of Jack Granatstein," Presidential Address, Ottawa Historical Association, 28 November 1991
"Independence and Interdependence in Canadian-American Relations," Rideau Club Round Table, 12 February 1992
"Foreign Policy as a Key to an Understanding of Canadian History," University of Victoria, 27 February 1992
"'As a Pacific Nation': RCAF Tiger Force," Canada, the Pacific, and the Second World War, Canadian Committee for the History of the Second World War, Victoria, B. C., 28 February 1992
"Peacekeeping: the Role of Canada in the United Nations and the Stabilization of Conflict," Sweden-Canada, Similarities-Differences, A Conference Aiming at Historical and Contemporary Comparisons, York University, 21 May l992
"The Referendum and Foreign Policy: An Historical View," Trent University, 21 October 1992
"'Still Crazy After All These Years': Hostility, Resistance, and Receptivity in Canadian-American Relations," National Defence College, Kingston, Ontario, 9 December 1992
"The History and Nature of Peacekeeping," House of Commons Committee on National Defence and Veterans' Affairs, 9 February 1993
"Peacekeeping: Canada's Role," Canada and Italy in the World: Current Opportunities, Future Possibilities, University of Pisa, 20 April 1993
"A Defence of Peacekeeping," Defence Research Establishment, Ministry of Defence, Stockholm, Sweden, 22 April 1993 and Department of Peace and Conflict Studies, University of Uppsala, 23 April 1993
"Canada as an Ally," Distinguished Address, Society for Military History Annual Meeting, Royal Military College, 22 May 1993
"Is the New North America Different from the Old?" A New North America: Youth Perspectives, McGill University, 25 September 1993
"Did the Mulroney Years Americanize Canada?" National Defence College, Kingston, Ontario, 7 January 1994
"Who Are We? Foreign Policy as National Self-Definition," United States Heads of Mission Meeting, Department of Foreign Affairs, Ottawa, 29 April 1994
"'We Are Nice...': Writing the History of Canadian Foreign Policy," Laurentian University, Sudbury, Ontario, 28 September 1994
"Peacekeeping in Canada: A View to the Future," XXIst Colloquium of the International Commission of Military History, Quebec City, 26 August 1995
"Ex-Colonial Archives: The Anglo-Canadian Example," 18th International Congress of Historical Sciences, Montreal, 4 September 1995
"Canada as Moralist," Canadian Forces Command and Staff College, Toronto, 6 February 1996
"Bureaucracy, Foreign Policy and National Independence: O. D. Skelton on Peace and War, 1923-1941," Marston LaFrance Research Lecture, Carleton University, 5 March 1996
"Is Peacekeeping for Chumps?" Royal Military College, Department of War Studies, 12 April 1996
"Peacekeeping: Three Typologies," Erindale College, University of Toronto, 22 July 1996
"Ten Laws of Alliances," Canadian Forces Command and Staff College, Toronto, 9 October 1996
"'Allies of Any Kind': Canadians and Russians in the Two World Wars," The Origins of the World Wars in the XXth Century: A Comparative Analysis, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, 15 October 1996 [with J. L. Black]
"'Clean Hands and a Pure Heart': Perceptions of Canadian-American Relations Since 1945," Centre for American Studies, University of Western Ontario, 28 January 1997; Department of History, University of Toronto, 27 March 1997
"The Rise and Decline and Rise of Canada's American Alliance," Department of History, Royal Military College, 15 April 1997
"Political Culture, Leadership and the Doctrine of Uniqueness in Canadian Foreign Policy," Canadian Forces Command and Staff College, Toronto, 31 October 1997
"What is Canada and Where Did It Come From?" The Democratic Civil-Military Relations Program, Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada, Ottawa, 2 February 1998
"Peacekeeping and the Moral Superpower," Marston LaFrance Research Lecture, Carleton University, 9 March 1999
"The Commandments of Canadian History" and "Fifty Years of Canadian Peacekeeping," The Democratic Civil-Military Relations Program, Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada, Ottawa, 1, 17 March 1999
"Peacekeeping Legacies," Royal Military College Military History Symposium, 19 March 1999
"The Impulses of Canadian Diplomacy," Canadian Institute of International Affairs/ Canadian Centre for Foreign Policy Development, Ottawa, 14 April 1999
"‘Fortune’s Fool’? Canada as Peacekeeper, from Kashmir to Kosovo," Carleton University Spring Conference, 1 May 1999
"Canada, the Balkans and the NATO-United Nations Link in the 1990s," International Academic Congress, "NATO: the First Fifty Years," Brussels, 19 May 1999 [with Dean F. Oliver]
"Trudeau and the Academics," Association of Canadian Studies Annual Meeting, Universite de Sherbrooke, 6 June 1999
"Canada as a NATO Ally – Less not More," Opening of the NATO Gallery, Canadian War Museum, Ottawa, 23 September 1999
"The Twentieth Century Belongs to Canada," The Canadian Club of Ottawa, 14 December 1999
"Peacekeeping: Where Did It Come from? Where Is It Going?" The Democratic Civil-Military Relations Program, Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada, Ottawa, 30 January 2000
"Peacekeeping: Unamerican!" The Democratic Civil-Military Relations Program, Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada, Ottawa, 14 March 2000
"Mackenzie King: Hero or Fink," Mackenzie King Estate, Kingsmere, Quebec, 3 May 2000.
"The United States as a Tolerant Ally," United States Congressional Fellowship, House of Commons, Ottawa, 8 May 2000
"The Military History of a Political People," Canada and War from 1000 to 2000, University of Ottawa, 9 May 2000
"Mike Was Right: The Pearson Impulse in Canadian Peacekeeping," The Lester B. Pearson Canadian International Training Centre, Public Fora on "Peacekeeping and the Canadian Future: A Canadian Commitment," Halifax, Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto, Winnipeg, Calgary and Victoria, September-October 2000.
"Making the World Safe for Canada," International Conference on Activism and (Non-) Alignment, Swedish Institute of International Affairs, Malmo, Sweden, 1-2 December 2000.
"Lloyd Axworthy and ‘God’s Children,’" Canada Among Nations 2001 Workshop, "The Axworthy Legacy," The Norman Paterson School of International Affairs, Carleton University, 8 December 2000.
"Why Does Canada Have Armed Forces?" The Democratic Civil-Military Relations Program, Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada, Ottawa, 22 January 2001.
"Peace Support Operations in the Future of the Canadian Forces," Department of National Defence/Centre for Security and Defence Studies, Policy Forum, "Future Canadian Defence Policy," 1 March 2001.
"Must Canada Peacekeep?" Department of National Defence, Security and Defence Forum Annual Conference, 24 April 2001.
"Mackenzie King and the Place of ‘Reputation’ in Canadian History," Mackenzie King Estate, Kingsmere, Quebec, 2 May 2001.
Richard McIntosh, "The Republican Tradition and the Character of Representation in the United States: Campaign Finance, Factions and the Conduct of American Foreign Policy," M. A., The Norman Paterson School of International Affairs, Carleton University, 1998
Marie-Josee Therrien, "Canadian Foreign Policy and the Architecture of Embassies," Ph.D, History, Universite Laval, 1998
Margaret Isabel Catherine Campbell, "Harmony and Dissonance: A Study of the Influence of Foreign Policy Goals on Military Decision-Making with respect to the Canadian NATO Brigade in Germany, 1951-1964," Ph.D, History, Universite Laval, 2000.
Kevin Edward Barr, "The Revolution in Military Affairs," M. A., The Norman Paterson School of International Affairs, Carleton University, 2001
Der-yuan Wu, "Institutional Development and Adaptability: Canada, Taiwan and the Social Construction of ‘One China,’" Ph.D., Political Science, Carleton University, 2001
Andrew J. Turner, "A Tide in the Affairs of the Military: Peacekeeping and the Revolution in Military Affairs," M. A., The Norman Paterson School of International Affairs, Carleton University, 2001
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