Papers and Reports
“Low-profile forums making a big impact,” G20 Turkey: The Antalya Summit 2015, (London: Newsdesk, October 2015): 77-79.
Policy brief, “The Recalibration of Middle Powers under Conditions of Stress and Opportunity,” South African Institute of International Affairs, Economic Diplomacy Programme, March 27, 2015.
Asian Development Bank Institute (ADBI) working paper The Group of Twenty: Input and Output Legitimacy, Reforms, and Agenda, ADBI Working Paper, No. 372 (Tokyo: Asian Development Bank Institute, August 2012): 25.
“Beyond Activism: Emerging Models of Celebrity Diplomacy,” special feature on “Not the Usual Suspects: The Other Nonstate Actors,” World Policy Review, June 12, 2012. Article can be found in a special feature on Not the Usual Suspects: The Other Nonstate Actors” in World Politics Review .
Book review for Inter- American Cooperation at a Crossroads. Review in Latin American Policy—Volume 2, Number 2—Pages 319–326. Timothy M. Shaw, Gordon Mace, and Andrew F. Cooper ( eds. ). 2011. Inter-American Cooperation at a Crossroads . London : Palgrave Macmillan.
Book review Amanda Sives (2012): Internet gambling offshore. Caribbean struggles over casino capitalism, Commonwealth & Comparative Politics, 50:3, 392-394
“BRICS and IBSA: present and potential synergies” (with Ryan Hilimoniuk) special issue on “India and Latin America,” the Foreign Policy Research Centre, 3, 2012: 100-112.
“The G8-BRICS relationship – competitive avoidance or cooperative engagement,”
Munk School/Newsdesk,” G8 Camp David, May 2012
“At the heart of global governance: achievements and future challenge,” Munk School/Newsdesk publication, G20: The Mexico Summit, June 2012: 188-189.
H-Diplo Roundtable Review of Greg Donaghy and Michael Carroll, eds. In The National Interest: Canadian Foreign Policy and the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade, 1909-2009 (2011) Vol. Xiii, No. 29,11 June 2012; Introduction: pp. 7-9.
“The Life and Death of Middle Powers,” Munk School Global Summitry Website.
“Fighting Corruption: G20 Actions Support a Global Movement”, CIGI Commentaries, September 19, 2011.
“The dynamics of the G20 summit: rationales, catalysts, constraints and future possibilities”, VIA 15 (Valors, Idees, Actituds), Centre d’Estudis Jordi Pujol, May 2011, 7-21 (in Catalan).
“Advances in Global Economic Governance amid the obstacles at the Seoul G20 Summit” (with Eric Helleiner), Social Europe, 5, 2 January 2011.
“The G20 and Regional Dynamics”, in Bradford, C., and Lim, W. (eds), The New Dynamics of Summitry: Institutional Innovations for G20 Summits, Issues and Essays, Korea Development Institute, November 2010, 371-382.
“The G-20: Global Economic Government in the Making?” (with Eric Helleiner), Special Report, Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, June 2010.
Flashpoints for the Pittsburgh Summit. Co-editor with Daniel Schwanen CIGI Special G20 Report, September 8, 2009
“Gouvernance mondiale: Faut-il élargir le G8 aux BRICSAM? ” (with Agata Antkiewicz) Problèmes économiques, 2.962 (Paris: Prime Minister’s Office, January 2009).
“Style and Substance for the G20 Summit,” (with Eric Helleiner) DIE Commentary (Bonn: German Development Institute, November 2008).
“Going Bigger (on Agenda) and Smaller (on Participation) in a Time of Crisis,” in John Kirton, ed., The G20 Leaders’ Summit on Financial Markets and the World Economy (Toronto: G20 Research Group, November 2008).
“Ten Years On,” The G20 at Ten: Growth, Innovation, Inclusion (London: Newsdesk Communications and G20 Research Group, November 2008).
“‘Remote’ in the Eastern Caribbean: The Antigua-US WTO Internet Gambling Case,” CIGI Caribbean Paper 4 (Waterloo: The Centre for International Governance Innovation, April 2008).
“Celebrity Diplomacy and the G8: Bono and Bob as Legitimate International Actors,” CIGI Working Paper 29 (Waterloo: The Centre for International Governance Innovation, September 2007).
“Regaining Legitimacy: ‘The G8 and the Heiligendamm Process’,” (with Kelly Jackson) International Insights, 4, 10 (Toronto: Canadian Institute of International Affairs, July 2007).
“The Logic of the B(R)ICSAM Model for G8 Reform,” CIGI Policy Brief in International Governance, 1. (Waterloo: The Centre for International Governance Innovation, May 2007)
“Going (Selectively) Big on Intervention,” International Insights, 4, 5 (Toronto: Canadian Institute of International Affairs, April 2007).
“Economic Size Trumps All Else? Lessons from BRICSAM” (with Agata Antkiewicz and Timothy M. Shaw), CIGI Working Paper 12 (Waterloo: The Centre for International Governance Innovation, December 2006).
“Adding 3Ns to the 3Ds: Lessons from the 1996 Zaire Mission for Humanitarian Interventions,” CIGI Working Paper 4 (Waterloo: The Centre for International Governance Innovation, December 2005).
“Thinking Outside the Box in the Canada Mexico Relations: From Convenience to Commitment,” Working Paper prepared for a conference sponsored by the Robarts Centre for Canadian Studies, York University. (Toronto, November 2005).
“Stretching the Model of ‘Coalitions of the Willing’,” CIGI Working Paper 1 (Waterloo: The Centre for International Governance Innovation, October 2005).
“Adding 3Ns to the 3Ds: Lessons from the 1996 Zaire Mission for Humanitarian Interventions.” Working Paper prepared for a conference sponsored by the Institute for Research on Public Policy. (Ottawa, June 2005).
“L20 and ECOSOC reform: Complementary building blocks for inclusive global governance and a more effective UN” (with Thomas Fues), Briefing Paper (Bonn: German Development Institute/DIE, June, 2005, 1-4.
Contributions to “Most Safely on the Fence?” A Round Table on the possibility of a Canadian Foreign Policy after 9/11”, moderated by Robert Wolfe, Canadian Foreign Policy, 11, 1 Fall 2004.
“The quintessential ‘domestic’ foreign policy prime minister,” Canada Watch – Special Issue: The Chrétien era, 9, 3-4 February 2004, 13&18.
Contribution to “Round Table on Canadian Foreign Policy,” moderated by Maxwell A. Cameron, Canadian Foreign Policy, 6, 3 Spring 1999, 4-6&15-17.
“The Evolution of Multilateralism in an Intermediate State: The Re-Orientation of Canadian Strategy in the Economic and Strategic Arenas” in Paths to Power; Foreign Policy Strategies of Brazil, Canada, India and Mexico, Working Paper, Woodrow Wilson International Center, May 13, 1999.
“Snapshots of Cyber-Diplomacy; Greenpeace Against French Nuclear Testing and The Spain-Canada ‘Fish War’,” Discussion Paper (The Centre for the Study of Diplomacy, University of Leicester, December 1998), 1-22.
“Beyond Representation,” International Journal, 53, Winter 1997-98, 173-178.
“Questions of Sovereignty: Canada and the Widening International Agenda,” Behind the Headlines, 50 Spring 1993, 1-16.
“Middle Power Leadership in the International Order: An Issue-Specific Model for the 1990s,” (with Richard Higgott), Working Paper 92-01, (The Centre for International Trade and Investment Policy Studies, Carleton University).
“Cooperation-Building in the Asia-Pacific Basin: APEC and the New Institutionalism” (with Richard Higgott and Jenelle Bonnor), Pacific Economic Papers, Australia-Japan Research Centre, No. 199, September 1991.
“The Cairns Group, Agricultural Trade And The Uruguay Round: A `Mixed’ Coalition in Operation”, Occasional Paper in International Trade Law and Policy (Centre For Trade Policy and Law, Carleton University: Ottawa, November 22, 1990).
“Middle Power Leadership and Coalition Building: The Cairns Group and the Uruguay Round” (with Richard Higgott), Working Paper No. 1990/1, 42 (Department of International Relations, Australian National University: Canberra, 1990).