Dr. Barbak specializes in theory of public administration, public sector reform, the security-development nexus, security governance, security sector reform, and democratic control of armed forces. His current research project investigates the relationship between security sector reform and the rule of law promotion at a national level.
Ousmane’s research will explore the role of identity and legitimacy in the collaboration between the United Nations and Regional Economic Communities in peacekeeping/peacebuilding operations.
Caleb is interested in global social justice movements, rhetoric, ethics, transitional justice, Turkey, nuclear weapons disarmament, indigenous politics, and new approaches to social inquiry.
Tamara Lorincz is a PhD candidate in Global Governance at the Balsillie School for International Affairs (Wilfrid Laurier University). Tamara graduated with an MA in International Politics & Security […]
Specializing in international relations and international security Dr. Welch is an award-winning teacher and author as well as director of the CIGI’s project on Confidence, Trust, and Empathy in Asia-Pacific Security.
Felicia Clement will delve deeper into the complexities enveloped in protecting vulnerable populations from discrimination and violence and explore ways to rebuild a sense of belonging and identity.
Chris Earle's broader research interests are in anti-corruption, human security and the global arms trade; while his technical interests are in big data, machine learning, and econometrics.