CIPS Policy Briefs offer incisive analysis of current international policy issues
No. 24: Gerd Schönwälder, Principles and Prejudice: Foreign Policy Under the Harper Government
No. 23: Emmanuel Seitelbach and David Lord, Future Prospects for Afghanistan: Meeting Report
No. 22: Roland Paris, The Truth about Canada’s Mission in Afghanistan
No. 21: John Mundy, Iran’s Nuclear Gamble, Canada and Obama’s Second Term
No. 20: Alexandra Gheciu, In Search of Smart Defense in the Euro-Atlantic Area
No. 19: Rachel Kerr, Lost in Translation? The ICTY and the Legacy of War Crimes in the Western Balkans
No 18: Joshua Rovner, Intelligence, Policy, and the War in Iraq
No. 17: David Petrasek, Forward — to the Past? Re-thinking a Human Rights Museum
No. 16: Steve Coll, Can NATO Rethink its Exit Strategy from Afghanistan?
No. 15: Peter Jones, Assessing Iran: The Arab Spring, The Nuclear Issue, and Canada’s Response
No. 14: Trita Parsi, Obama’s Diplomacy with Iran and the 2009 Election Scandal
No. 13: Daryl Copeland, Science Diplomacy: What’s It All About?
No. 12: Alexandra Gheicu, NATO in Libya: A Success That Raises Difficult Questions
No. 11: Rajiv Chandrasekaran, Is NATO’s Counterinsurgency Strategy Working in Afghanistan? A Case Study
No. 10: Ian Hurd, By the Book: Bush’s Memoirs and the Rule of Law
No. 9: Paul Meyer, US Space Security Policy: Still in Orbit or Commencing Re-entry?
No. 8: Eugenia Zorbas, Canadian Policy Towards the Democratic Republic of Congo
No. 7: Madelaine Drohan, Regulating Canadian Mining Companies Abroad
No. 6: Stephen Saideman, Caveats, Values and the Future of NATO Peace Operations
No. 5: Peter Jones, Engaging Iran
No. 4: Nipa Banerjee, Development for Afghans: Missing Measurements and Missed Opportunities
No. 3: Daniel Livermore, Does Canada Need a Foreign Intelligence Agency?
No. 2: Roland Paris, Scaling Back Expectations in Afghanistan
No. 1: Paul Robinson, Eyes on the Spies: Reforming Intelligence Oversight in Canada