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Date: 2016-02-17
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Catégorie: Call for Papers
Sujet: NPSIA-CFPJ Call for Papers: Problems Abroad? Revisiting the Intervention Trap in an Era of Global Uncertainty



The Canadian Foreign Policy Journal (CFPJ), in conjunction with the William and Jeanie Barton Chair in International Affairs and the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs (NPSIA), is hosting an emerging scholars workshop from October 6-7, 2016. This workshop will engage emerging scholars on the topic of foreign intervention in ongoing conflict and will complement the publication of a special issue of CFPJ in early 2017. The rising relative and absolute number of civil wars and internal conflicts with third-party intervention is of central theoretical and policy relevance, subsequently the central theme of this workshop: the impact of small arms on the diffusion of conflict and the role of nuclear powers and regional rivals in local. This workshop is expected to mobilize knowledge on historical and contemporary cases and catalyze scholarship on this much-debated but under-addressed issue of local conflict management.

 

We are expanding the frontiers of interdisciplinary research by inviting papers from scholars in a variety of disciplines, including international affairs, political science, law, history, philosophy, human rights, economics, psychology, sociology, public policy and others. 

 

The research workshop is being organized under the auspices of Canada's leading graduate school, the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs (NPSIA). Papers will be selected on a competitive basis for submission to the peer-reviewed Canadian Foreign Policy Journal. The resulting publication will mark a considerable contribution to an emerging field by the most promising minds that will explore solutions to global challenges in a single volume. In addition to the peer-reviewed publication in CFPJ of selected  papers from the workshop, we will consider the release of several Working Papers from the emerging scholars workshop in addition to producing a Workshop Report to be posted on CFPJ’s affiliate website, www.iaffairscanada.com. These Working Papers will be released in a timely fashion, targeting a policy audience.
 

 

For details, please see below.

 

CALL FOR PAPERS

 

Problems Abroad?

Revisiting the Intervention Trap in an Era of Global Uncertainty

 

Canadian Foreign Policy Journal (CFPJ) is hosting a workshop entitled “Problems Abroad? Revisiting the Intervention Trap in an Era of Global Uncertainty” in Ottawa, October 6-7, 2016. This workshop is organized with support from the William and Jeanie Barton Chair in International Affairs and in cooperation with the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs (NPSIA) at Carleton University. Papers presented at the workshop are eligible for publication in a special issue of CFPJ in early 2017. We are seeking papers from emerging scholars, particularly senior PhD candidates or recent graduates from a PhD program in the last five years (since January 1, 2010). We invite papers written by scholars from a variety of disciplines, including international affairs, political science, law, history, philosophy, human rights, economics, psychology, sociology, and others.

 

The theme of this special issue is foreign intervention in ongoing conflict. According to the Uppsala Conflict Data Program, more conflicts now involve foreign military intervention than ever before. Conflicts with interventions also tend to be longer, bloodier, and more intractable than others. CFPJ invites submissions that address the causes, consequences and policy implications of such interventions. We are seeking submissions that address the decision-making criteria of interveners, be they states (e.g., United States, Russia, China, India, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Nigeria) or organizations (e.g., United Nations, NATO, African Union, ECOWAS). Submissions should also consider the regional dynamics of such conflicts in crises in failing or failed states (e.g., Libya, Syria, Ukraine, Afghanistan, Yemen, Sudan).

 

Authors are expected to address the implications of their study for national security, local and global balances of power, and the potential for collective response strategies, as laid out in the Responsibility to Protect (R2P) doctrine and the UN Charter. We are particularly interested in the impact of small arms on the diffusion of conflicts and civil war spillover in weak states, such as the crisis in Mali post-2011 Libyan intervention. We also welcome submissions on interventions involving nuclear powers and regional rivals, including proxy wars, hybrid warfare, and state sponsorship of terrorism and insurgencies. Papers should identify relevant policy implications.

 

Questions we ask authors to consider include:

 

 

Proposals should aim for 5,000 to 7,000 word papers. Interested applicants should send a short bio and 250-word proposal tocfpj_foreign_intervention@carleton.ca by March 28, 2016. Funding will be available to cover travel and related expenses for authors invited to present their papers in Ottawa. Contact uriel.marantz@carleton.ca for further information. Successful applicants from abroad will be provided with a formal letter of invitation if required for visa and travel-related purposes. The Journal’s website can be found here:http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/rcfp20/current

 

 

David Carment - Editor, CFPJ                                       

Joseph Landry - Managing Editor, CFPJ

Uri Marantz - Guest Editor

Fanny Siauw-Soegiarto - Guest Editor

Sharon Sun - Guest Editor

 

 



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