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CALL FOR PAPERS - Canada and International Mediation: What Role in 2012 and Beyond?

Wednesday, 8th September 2011

The Canadian International Institute of Applied Negotiation (CIIAN) in collaboration with the <em>Canadian Foreign Policy Journal </em>(<em>CFPJ</em>) is producing a special issue on the topic of Canada and International Mediation: What Role in 2012 and Beyond? With recent demands for freedom of expression, accountable government and equitable economic opportunity and benefits in countries throughout the Middle East; the continued threat of terrorism; a fragile and slowly recovering global economy; trade frictions; increased instability due to global warming and pressures on ecological systems; and predicted shortages of essential resources; the next ten years will be very different from anything we&#39;ve seen in the past. The international stage is rapidly changing and Canada is no longer seen by some as an impartial broker of peace. <span style="font-family: 'Calibri','sans-serif'; font-size: 11pt">Canada has had some notable foreign policy achievements in the </span>Submission Procedure and Deadline <p>Draft papers must be submitted by October 31st, 2011. Authors will be notified by email if their paper will be considered for publication. The Journal is committed to a full peer review process.&nbsp;<font size="3">&nbsp;</font></p>


pdf file CIIAN-CFPJ call for papers.pdf
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Web-link: http://www.tandf.co.uk/journals/rcfp
Source: CIIAN - Canadian International Institute for Applied Negotiation
Language: English
Contact: CFPJ@carleton.ca

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