Roland Paris is a professor of public and international affairs at the University of Ottawa, founder of the Centre for International Policy Studies, and research associate at Chatham House. He has held several positions in the Canadian government, including senior advisor on global affairs and defence to the Prime Minister.
Expertise: Canadian Foreign Policy, Peacebuilding
The World’s Democracies, Including Canada, Face a Historic Choice – The Globe and Mail, June 4, 2021
Navigating the New World Disorder – Rebuild Canada Project of Public Policy Forum, July 16, 2020
Interview with Anne-Marie Slaughter – Recovery Project, June 25, 2020
Disunited Democracies Cannot Face the Challenge of China – Chatham House, June 4, 2020
The Right to Dominate: How Old Ideas about Sovereignty Pose New Challenges for World Order – International Organization, March 25, 2020
Iran Missile Strikes in Iraq – CBC Radio, January 8, 2020