Dr. Michael W. Manulak is a Senior Analyst in the Government of Canada. His responsibilities have included representing the government in international arms control and counter-proliferation institutions, the national security review of foreign investments, as well as work in strategic analysis, cabinet affairs, and labour regulation. He is an alumnus of the government’s Recruitment of Policy Leaders program.
Dr. Manulak has published extensively on Canadian foreign policy, diplomacy, global environmental governance, and international institutions and organizations. His current research examines how technology is altering international institutions and diplomatic practice, including through a diffusion of global power and through the proliferation of informal, network-based international institutions. Among other publications, his work has appeared in International Journal, Policy Options, and the Review of International Organizations.
Dr. Manulak holds a D.Phil in International Relations from St. Antony’s College, University of Oxford.