The conference organizers, Professor Jim McCormick of Iowa State, together with independent scholar Dr. Gerry Schmitz, intend to produce a special issue of Canadian Foreign Policy Journal. Jim held the same Fulbright research chair at Carleton as I did, but during fall 2017. Gerry has his hand in many interesting projects, including an annual international film festival and a film blog. He used to work as a film critic and as Principal Analyst for the Parliamentary Information and Research Service.
A draft of my paper on "Canada, the Multilateral Order, and the America First Agenda" can be found here. Comments would be welcome as our submission target is mid-May.
I tweeted a picture of the last panel at the end of the conference:
Fellow attendee Frédérick Gagnon from University of Quebec tweeted several pictures as well, including a photo of the opening keynote speaker Colin Robertson:Final Roundtable at conference on Canadian-U.S. Relations at Iowa State University. pic.twitter.com/UDhCFA56g8— Rodger Payne (@RodgerPayne) March 8, 2019
Soon, I will discuss additional news about my America First project, including a related paper accepted for delivery at the British International Studies Association Annual Meeting in London in mid-June and a new collaboration on "America First, Multilateralism, and the Human Rights Regime."Glad to speak at @IowaStateU conference on #canada #UnitedStates relations today, with James McCormick, @FulbrightCanada Michael Hawes, @robcolin @sandsathopkins @RodgerPayne and others / cc @RDandurand pic.twitter.com/DRbskc6Quh— Frédérick Gagnon (@gagnonfrederick) March 8, 2019
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