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Jennifer Clapp

2017-10-13T09:04:45-04:00Faculty|

As Professor of Environment and Resource Studies, Dr. Clapp in an expert on the global economy, international food politics, and the environment.

Andrew F. Cooper

2020-05-04T10:15:53-04:00Faculty|

An expert on foreign policy and diplomacy, Dr. Cooper's recent work has focused on emerging powers, G8 reform, Latin America and celebrity diplomacy.

Simon Dalby

2020-07-02T10:49:09-04:00Faculty|

Dr. Dalby is an author and researcher of climate change, political ecology, geopolitics, global security, militarization and the spatial dimensions of governance.

Alistair Edgar

2020-11-26T10:30:24-05:00Faculty|

Dr. Edgar is Associate Professor of Political Science at Wilfrid Laurier University. His research focuses on transitional justice in war-to-peace transitions and post-conflict peace building.

Paul Freston

2020-04-28T09:12:45-04:00Faculty|

Specializing in religion and politics, Dr. Freston has a special interest in creating opportunities for scholars from the Global South.

Patricia Goff

2017-10-12T23:24:38-04:00Faculty|

Dr. Goff specializes in international political economy with a particular interest in trade, intellectual property and cultural capacity.

Daniel Gorman

2020-09-01T10:35:32-04:00Faculty|

An international relations and governance expert, Dr. Gorman currently researches the role of ideas as agents of global change in the 20th century.

Eric Helleiner

2020-04-21T09:18:09-04:00Faculty|

Specializing in global finance, governance and political economy, Dr. Helleiner is a renowned expert on international monetary and financial issues.

Bessma Momani

2018-08-13T18:15:57-04:00Faculty|

Dr. Bessma Momani is Professor of Political Science at the University of Waterloo and the Balsillie School of International Affairs. She has authored and co-edited over eight books and over 65 scholarly, peer reviewed journal articles and book chapters that have examined the IMF, the World Bank, petrodollars, the Middle East, and Arab youth.

John Ravenhill

2019-09-10T14:11:54-04:00Faculty|

Dr. Ravenhill is the Chair of the Political Science department at the University of Waterloo. He is the former Director of the Balsillie School of International Affairs.

Kim Rygiel

2019-10-07T14:12:16-04:00Faculty|

Dr. Rygiel’s research focuses on citizenship, migration and border security in North America and Europe. Projects include research on community-based initiatives fostering cultural pluralism in Europe and on Syrian refugees in Turkey.

Pierre Siklos

2020-09-01T10:40:35-04:00Faculty|

A specialist in macroeconomics, inflation, central banking and financial markets, Dr. Siklos has consulted for various institutions and central banks.

Andrew Thompson

2019-12-06T11:06:12-05:00Staff|

Andrew S. Thompson is adjunct assistant professor of political science at the University of Waterloo, senior fellow at the Centre for International Governance Innovation, and the Global Governance Programs […]

Hongying Wang

2020-10-13T16:19:22-04:00Faculty|

A world politics and political economy expert with a specialization on China, Dr. Wang explores the interaction of structural and ideational forces.

Alan Whiteside

2019-01-30T14:42:15-05:00Faculty|

Dr. Whiteside’s current research program focuses on interrelated areas of global health concerns. These include: shifting burdens of disease, immigrant and migrant health, and the economic and social causes and consequences of HIV and AIDS.

David Welch

2020-04-20T10:25:45-04:00Faculty|

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.

Adnan Ali

2018-12-10T09:34:41-05:00MAGG Students|

Adnan Ali recently graduated from the University of Waterloo with a 4-year Honours Political Science degree and a global governance specialization. […]

Paul Timah

2020-02-19T11:17:38-05:00MIPP Students|

Paul Timah is a Cameroonian who has had the “luxury” to experience life in Sweden, Mauritania, Ethiopia and Canada through studies, work and immigration.

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