Refereed Journal Articles

  1. Cooper A.F. (2017) “Between Hub Status and Parallelism: Examining the G20-BRICS Dynamics in Global Governance” International Organisations Research Journal, vol. 12, no 2, pp. 146– 163 (in Russian and English). DOI: 10.17323/1996-7845-2017-02-146 
  2. Cooper, A.F. & Zhang, Y. (2017) “Chinese Leadership in the Evolution of “Hub” and “Parallel” Globally Oriented Institutions” Chinese Political Science Review.
  3. The BRICS’ New Development Bank: Shifting from Material Leverage to Innovative CapacityGlobal Policy (2017).
  4. (with Asif B. Farooq) ‘Emerging Donors: The Promise and Limits of Bilateral and Multilateral Democracy Promotion,’ Cambridge Review of International Affairs, vol. 29 issue 4 (2017): 1520-1521.
  5. Cooper, Andrew (co-authored with Richard Stubbs) “Contending regionalisms: hubs and challengers in the Americas and the Asia-Pacific” In The Pacific Review :1-18 Published online: 

  6. Cooper co-edited the Introduction to a Special Report on “Non-Western Celebrity Politics and Diplomacy” in CELEBRITY STUDIES , Vol. 8 , No. 2, 2017: 312-317. 
  7. Cooper has co-edited a Special Issue of international Journal on “Positioning the third wave of middle power diplomacy: Institutional elevation, practice limitations.”
  8. Cooper, co-authored (with Asif B Farooq) an article, ‘The Role of China and India in the G20 and BRICS: Commonalities or Competitive Behaviour?’  in a special issue of the Journal of Current Chinese Affairs, Vol 45, No 3 (2016): 73-106 on the theme of  non-traditional security in Sino-Indian relationship

  9. MIKTA and the Global Projection of Middle Powers: Toward a Summit of Their Own?” Global Summitry Journal, 1, 1, 2015: 95-114.
  10. Stretching health diplomacy beyond ‘Global’ problem solving: Bringing the regional normative dimension in,” Global Social Policy (with Asif B. Farooq), 15, 3, 2015: 313-328.
  11. (with Vincent Pouliot), “How much is global governance changing? The G20 as international practice,” on a special issue of Cooperation and Conflict on ‘Diplomacy in Theory and in Practice’, September 2015, 50: 334-350.
  12. (with Asif B. Farooq) ‘Emerging Donors: The Promise and Limits of Bilateral and Multilateral Democracy Promotion,’ Cambridge Review of International Affairs, 2015, DOI: 10.1080/09557571.2015.1062686.
  13. (with Asif B. Farooq) ‘The Advocacy of Democratic Governance by India and China: Patterns of Consistency/Inconsistency between Declaratory and Operational Practice,’ India Quarterly, 71(3): 221-238.
  14. (with Asif B. Farooq) ‘Testing the Club Dynamics of the BRICS: The New Development Bank from Conception to Establishment,’ International Organization Research Journal, 10(5).
  15. Beyond the middle power model: Canada in a reshaping global order,” South African Journal of International Affairs, 2015: on line first, July 2.
  16. Andrew F. Cooper and Asif B. Farooq, “Testando a Cultura de Clube dos BRICS: A Evolução de um Novo Banco de Desenvolvimento“, Contexto Internacional (publication of the Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro, Instituto de Relações Internacionais) Vol. 37, N° 1, 2015: 13-46.
  17. “Re-balancing the G-20 from Efficiency to Legitimacy: The 3G Coalition and the Practice of Global Governance” (with Bessma Momani) Global Governance: A Review of Multilateralism and International Organizations, 20, 2, 2014: 213-232.
  18. “BRICS and the Privileging of Informality in Global Governance” (with Asif B. Farooq) Global Policy, 4.4 (2013).
  19. Between Collective Action and a Fragmented Political Economy: The G20 and the return of the protectionist impulses” (with Dan Herman) Contemporary Politics, 19.4 (2013).
  20. “Foreign Policy Strategies of Emerging Powers in a Multipolar World: An Introductory Review” (with Daniel Flemes) Third World Quarterly, 34.6 (2013): 943-962; and “Squeezed or Revitalised? Middle powers, the G20 and the Evolution of Global Governance,” Third World Quarterly, 34.6 (2013):963-984.
  21. Middle Power Leadership and the Evolution of the G20,” The Global Summitry Journal (GSJ), 5-2-2013.
  22. “Civil Society Relationships with the G20: An Extension of the G8 Template or Distinctive Pattern of Engagement?”, Global Society, 27, 2 2013:179-200.
  23. “Canada’s Engagement with the Americas in comparative perspective: Between declaratory thickness and operational thinness,” International Journal, Annual John. W. Holmes issue on Canadian Foreign Policy, 67, 3 Summer 2012: 707-723.
  24. “Consolidated Institutional Cooperation and/or Competitive Fragmentation in the Aftermath of the Financial Crisis,” Whitehead Journal of Diplomacy and International Relations XIII, 2 Summer/Fall 2011, 19-31.
  25. “Las potencias emergentes y el nuevo multilateralismo,” Revista Mexicana de Política Exterior, 94, November 2011 – February 2012: 139- 162
  26. “The G20 and Its Regional Critics: The Search for Inclusion,” Global Policy Journal 2, 2 May 2011, 203-209.
  27. “Qatar and expanded contours of Small State Diplomacy” (with Bessma Momani), International Spectator 46, 2 June 2011, 127-142.
  28. “G20 for Global Governance: Lessons from G8 Outreach” (with Agata Antkiewicz), Studia Diplomatica LXIII (2-3) 2010, 91-103.
  29. “Overview: Global economic governance in transition” (with Paola Subacchi), Introduction to special issue of International Affairs 86, 3 May 2010, 607-617.
  30. “The G20 as an improvised crisis committee and/or a contested ‘steering committee’ for the world,” International Affairs 86, 3 May 2010, 741-757.
  31. “Overcoming constraints of state sovereignty: Global health governance in Asia” (with Michael Stevenson), Third World Quarterly 30, Issue 7 October 2009, 1379 – 1394.
  32. “The challenge of re-branding progressive countries in the Gulf and Middle East: Opportunities through new networked engagements versus constraints of embedded negative images” (with Bessma Momani), Place Branding and Public Diplomacy 5, 2009, 103–117.
  33. “Emerging Powers and Africa: Implications for/from Global Governance? (with Tim Shaw and Greg Chin, Politikon (South African Journal of Political Science), 36, 1 April 2009, 27-44.
  34. “The Incremental Transformation of the G8 through the Heiligendamm Process” (with Kelly Jackson), Studia Diplomatica: The Brussels Journal of International Relations, 61, no. 2 Fall 2008, 79-88.
  35. “Beyond One Image Fits All: Bono and the Complexity of Celebrity Diplomacy,” Global Governance, 14, 3 (July-September 2008), 265-72.
  36. Do the Asian Drivers Pull their Diplomatic Weight? China, India and the United Nations” (with Thomas Fues), World Development 36, 2 2008, 293-307.
  37. “Lessons from/for BRICSAM about South-North Relations at the Start of the 21st Century: Economic Size Trumps All Else?” (with Agata Antkiewicz and Timothy M. Shaw), International Studies Review 9, 4 2007, 673-89.
  38. “Global and/or Regional Development at the Start of the 21st Century? China, India and (South) Africa” (with Timothy M. Shaw and Agata Antkiewicz), Third World Quarterly 28, 7 2007, 1255-70.
  39. “The Achilles’ Heel of Canadian Good International Citizenship: Indigenous Diplomacies and State Responses
    ” (with P. Whitney Lackenbauer), Canadian Foreign Policy Journal 13, 2 2007, 99-119. (reprinted in Duane Bratt and Christopher J. Kukucha, eds., Readings in Canadian Foreign Policy: Classic Debates and New Ideas (Toronto: Oxford University Press, 2011).
  40. “Beyond Hollywood and the Boardroom: Celebrity Diplomacy,” Georgetown Journal of International Affairs, 8, 2 2007, 91-98.
  41. “Opening up Governance from the Top: The L20 as a project of ‘New Multilateralism’ and ‘New Regionalism’,” Korean Journal of International Organizations, 1, 1 2006, 121-133.
  42. “A Tale of Two Mesas: The OAS Defense of Democracy in Peru and Venezuela,” (with Thomas Legler), Global Governance, 11, 3 2005, 425-444.
  43. “Negotiating Out of Argentina’s Financial Crisis: Segmenting the International Creditors” (with Bessma Momani), New Political Economy, 10, 3 2005, 305-320.
  44. “The Inter-American Regime of Citizenship: Bridging the Gap between Democracy and Human Rights,” (with Jean-Philippe Thérien), Third World Quarterly, 25, 4 2004, 731-746.
  45. “The Making of the Inter-Democratic Charter: A Case of Complex Multilateralism,” International Studies Perspectives, 5, 1 February 2004, 90-121. “Ownership and the Canadian Model of New Multilateralism: Negotiating the Inter American Democratic
  46. Charter”, Canadian Foreign Policy, 10, 3 Spring 2003, 31-44.
  47. “Canadian Foreign Policy after September 11th: A Preliminary Analysis”, Études Internationales, 33, 4 December 2002, 629-645.
  48. “A Model for Defending Democracy? The OAS’s Mission to Peru” (with Thomas Legler), Journal of Democracy, 12, 4 October 2001, 123-136.
  49. “More than a Star Turn: Canadian Hybrid Diplomacy and the OAS Mission to Peru”, International Journal, 56, 2 Spring 2001, 279-296.
  50. “Vertical Limits: A Foreign Ministry of the Future,” Journal of Canadian Studies, 35, 24 Winter 2001, 111-129.
  51. “The OAS Democratic Solidarity Paradigm: Questions of Collective and National Leadership” (with Thomas Legler), Latin American Politics and Society (formerly Journal of Interamerican Studies and World Affairs), 43, 1 Spring 2001, 103-126.
  52. “The Quebec City ‘Democracy Summit’,” The Washington Quarterly, 24, 2 Spring 2001, 159-171.
  53. “‘Out of Africa’ versus ‘Made in Africa’: Comparing South Africa’s Non-Leadership with Canada’s Leadership in the 1996 Crisis in Eastern Zaire” (with Ian Taylor), Journal of Commonwealth Politics and Comparative Politics, 39, 1, March 2001, 23-41.
  54. “Diplomacy and the re-calibration of state-societal relations” (with Brian Hocking), Global Society, 14, 3, 2000, 371-376.
  55. “Like-minded Nations, NGOs and the Changing Pattern of Diplomacy within the UN System,” Canadian Foreign Policy, 7, 1 Fall 1999, 39-50.
  56. “The Multiple Faces of South African Foreign Policy,” International Journal, 53, 4, Autumn 1998, 705-732.
  57. “In Search of Niches: Saying ‘Yes’ and Saying ‘No’ in Canada’s International Relations,” Canadian Foreign Policy, 3 Winter 1995, 1-13.
  58. “Between Fragmentation and Integration: The Evolving Security Discourse in Australia and Canada,” Australian Journal of International Affairs, 49 May 1995, 49-68.
  59. “Australian Approaches to Countertrade: State and Firm Responses” (with Ann Capling), Australian Journal of Political Science, 29 November 1994, 520-540.
  60. “Bringing the NGOs In: UNCED and the Evolution of Canada’s International Environmental Policy” (with S.J. Fritz), International Journal 47 Autumn 1992, 796-817
  61. “Like-Minded Nations/Contrasting Diplomatic Styles: Australian and Canadian Approaches to Agricultural Trade,” Canadian Journal of Political Science, 25 June 1992, 349-379.
  62. “Bound to Follow? Leadership and Followership in the Gulf Conflict” (with Richard A. Higgott and Kim Richard Nossal), Political Science Quarterly, 106 Fall 1991, 391-410.
  63. “Asia-Pacific Economic Co-operation: An Evolving Case Study in Leadership and Co-operation Building” (with Richard A. Higgott and Janelle Bonnor), International Journal, 45 Autumn 1990, 823-866.
  64. “Conflict Analysis of the Trade in Services Dispute” (with Keith Hipel and Niall Fraser), Information and Decision Technologies, Special Issue on Conflict Analysis 16, 1990, 347-360.
  65. “Middle Power Leadership and Coalition-Building: Australia, the Cairns Group and the Uruguay Round” (with Richard Higgott), International Organization, 44 Autumn 1990, 589-631.
  66. “Partial Security Regimes and Verification of Compliance” (with Seong Cheon and Niall Fraser), International Interactions, 16/2, 1990, 117-136.
  67. “Exporters v. Importers: Less Developed Countries, Agricultural Trade and the MTN”, Intereconomics, 25 January/February 1990, 13-17.
  68. “Playing by New Rules: Allan Gotlieb, Public Diplomacy, and the Management of Canada-US Relations”, Fletcher Forum of World Affairs, 14 Fall 1989, 93-110.
  69. “Retour vers le Futur: Le commerce d’échange international au cours des années 80”, Études Internationales, 20 June 1989, 263-281.
  70. “The Protein Link: Complexity in the US-EC Agricultural Trade Relationship”, Journal of European Integration, 11 Winter 1987, 29-45.
  71. “Another Look at the “Great Betrayal”: Agrarian Reformers and Agricultural Policy in Britain” Agricultural History, 60 Summer 1986, 81-104.
  72. “Subnational activity and foreign policy making in Canada and the United States: Perspectives on Agriculture”, International Journal, 41 Summer 1986, 655-673.
  73. “La Vulnérabilité Stratégique des Minéraux: Le Cas de la République Fédérale Allemande Face à L’Afrique du Sud et à L’Union Soviétique,” (with Ashok Kapur), Études Internationales, 15 March 1984, 121-156.