Jennifer Welsh is a professor of international relations and co-director of the Oxford Institute for Ethics, Law and Armed Conflict.
Articles by Jennifer Welsh
- “Ization” versus “Ism” (October 2005)
A review of “Sinking Globalization,” by Niall Ferguson, and The Collapse of Globalism and the Reinvention of the World, by John Ralston Saul
- Beyond War and Peacekeeping (June 2012)
With armed conflict in steady decline, the usual debates over Canada’s military seem increasingly dated
- Our Overlooked Diaspora (March 2011)
Canada’s millions of citizens abroad could be a national treasure—given the right strategy.
- Help Wanted: Leader of the Free World (January–February 2009)
Can Obama fill the bill or have we all moved on?
- Promoting Democracy Abroad (December 2007)
A review of Advancing Canada’s Role in International Support for Democratic Development Report of the Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs and International Development House of Commons, July 2007
- Are Interests Really Value Free? (November 2006)
A review of Dreamland: How Canada’s Pretend Foreign Policy Has Undermined Sovereignty, by Roy Rempel