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Canadian Foreign Policy Journal Examines Canada’s Corruption at Home and Abroad

Carleton University’s David Carment, Canadian Global Affairs Institute (CGAI) Fellow, professor at the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs (NPSIA) and editor of the Canadian Foreign Policy Journal (CFPJ), has released the newest issue of CFPJ, Canada’s Corruption at Home and Abroad.

The special issue includes  an introduction on the problem of Canadian corruption  by guest editor Robert Rotberg, a former Fulbright Fellow at NPSIA and  former head of the World Peace Foundation at Harvard University.

Featured articles include Corruption and First Nations, Corruption in the Canadian Military, Corruption and Canadian Aid, Corruption in Canada’s African Mining Industry and Corruption in the Canadian Defence Industry. The volume concludes with an assessment of how Canada can fight corruption.

“We have assembled some of the best experts on this topic within Canada and abroad whose insights will undoubtedly generate a lot of debate in policy circles,” said Carment.

Contributors include Ellen Gutterman, Allan English, Tom Flanagan, Ian Smillie, Fred Stapenhurst, Arvind Jain, Fahri Karakas, Emine Sarigöllü, Myung-Soo Jo, Rasheed Draman and Andrea Lane.

CFPJ is published by NPSIA at Carleton and is now in its 23rd year of publication. An article from this special edition can be freely accessed at

Click here to read the new issue in its entirety.

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