David R. Black

Professor

Director, CFPS and Lester B. Pearson Professor of International Development Studies

Email: david.black@dal.ca


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  • Canada and the crisis in Darfur: The Challenges and Contradictions of ?Norm Entrepreneurship? 

    Black, David. 2007. "Canada and the crisis in Darfur: The Challenges and Contradictions of ?Norm Entrepreneurship?." Conference Papers -- International Studies Association: 1-27.
    During the late 1990s, largely in response to its individual as well as the world?s collective failure during the Rwandan genocide, the Canadian government became a leading advocate of the concept of human security. More ...
  • "Africa" as Serial Morality Tale in Canadian Foreign Policy 

    Black, David. 2008. ""Africa" as Serial Morality Tale in Canadian Foreign Policy." Conference Papers -- International Studies Association: 1.
    "Africa" has always borne a heavy burden of narrative images in the colonial and post-colonial imagination. In Canada, this distant and dimly understood continent has been most commonly associated with extremes -- of ...
  • Canadian Aid to Africa: The Impulse and Implications of Reform 

    Black, David. 2006. "Canadian Aid to Africa: The Impulse and Implications of Reform." Conference Papers -- International Studies Association: 1.
    In contrast with the 1990s, when Africa seemed destined for marginalization in Canadian foreign policy priorities, the new millennium has brought a sustained process of re-engagement with African issues and challenges. At ...
  • Canada's Links with Africa 

    Black, David. 2004. "Canada's Links with Africa." Conference Papers -- International Studies Association.
    Canada’s relations with Africa have been characterised by a self-proclaimed middle power role that seeks to promote development but without seriously interrogating the global structures of power that frame Africa’s ...
  • Canada and Peacebuilding in Africa: The Imperatives and Limits of Engagement 

    Black, David. 2009. "Canada and Peacebuilding in Africa: The Imperatives and Limits of Engagement." Conference Papers -- International Studies Association: 1.
    Throughout the post-Cold War “era of peacebuilding†, Canada (in both state and non-state manifestations) has been an active participant in various multilateral initiatives toward Africa. The level of official ...
  • Thinking All the Way Down: Critical Scholarship and Canadian Foreign Policy? 

    Black, David. 2008. "Thinking All the Way Down: Critical Scholarship and Canadian Foreign Policy?." Conference Papers -- International Studies Association: 1.
    No abstract available.
  • Ethical ambiguities of 'humanitarian intervention': A way forward? 

    Black, D.. 2002. "Ethical ambiguities of 'humanitarian intervention': A way forward?." Intervention and engagement : a maritime perspective : proceedings of a conference hosted by the Centre for Foreign Policy Studies: 147.
    No abstract available.
  • The Olympic Games, human rights and democratisation: lessons from Seoul and implications for Beijing 

    Black, D. R., and S. Bezanson. 2004. "The Olympic Games, human rights and democratisation: lessons from Seoul and implications for Beijing." Third World Quarterly 25(7): 1245-1261.
    No abstract available.
  • Recolonization and Resistance in Southern Africa in the 1990s - Saul,js 

    Black, D.. 1995. "Recolonization and Resistance in Southern Africa in the 1990s - Saul,js." Canadian Journal of Political Science-Revue Canadienne De Science Politique 28(1): 186-187.
    No abstract available.
  • Pirouette, Trudeau,pierre and Canadian Foreign-Policy - Granatstein,jl, Bothwell,r 

    Black, D.. 1991. "Pirouette, Trudeau,pierre and Canadian Foreign-Policy - Granatstein,jl, Bothwell,r." Queens Quarterly 98(1): 259-261.
    No abstract available.
  • Canada among Nations 1994 - Molot,ma, Vonrievhoff,h 

    Black, D.. 1995. "Canada among Nations 1994 - Molot,ma, Vonrievhoff,h." International Journal 50(1): 237-238.
    No abstract available.
  • Zambian crisis behaviour - Anglin,DG 

    Black, D.. 1995. "Zambian crisis behaviour - Anglin,DG." International Journal 51(1): 155-157.
    No abstract available.
  • Rights, region and identity: exploring the ambiguities of South Africa's regional human rights role 1 

    Black, David, and Zoë Wilson. 2004. "Rights, region and identity: exploring the ambiguities of South Africa's regional human rights role 1." Politikon: South African Journal of Political Studies 31(1): 27-47.
    The ANC government's regional human rights role has often been portrayed as confused, contradictory, and marked by failure, in light of South Africa's commitment to make human rights a central 'pillar' of its post- apartheid ...
  • Manifestations of Canadian Multilateralism 

    Black, David, and Greg Donaghy. 2010. "Manifestations of Canadian Multilateralism." Canadian Foreign Policy (CFP) 16(2): 1-8.
    The article focuses on the relationship of Canada with the other countries during post World War II. It criticizes the government's decision with regards to multilateralism, a term in international relations that refers ...
  • Mainstreaming Sport into International Development Studies 

    Darnell, Simon C., and David R. Black. 2011. "Mainstreaming Sport into International Development Studies." Third World Quarterly 32(3): 367-378.
    The article introduces this issue of the publication, which is concerned with the relationship between sports and international development and features articles on the politics of sport in the global South, the international ...
  • The Western Australian Election of 10 February 2001: Coalition Demolition 

    Black, David, and Harry Phillips. 2001. "The Western Australian Election of 10 February 2001: Coalition Demolition." Australian Journal of Political Science 36(2): 355-362.
    Comments on the aspects in the election of February 2001 in Western Australia. Performance of the political parties; Trend in the election; Issues on the electoral reform of the government.
  • Catching up: understanding the pursuit of major games by rising developmental states 

    Black, David, and Byron Peacock. 2011. "Catching up: understanding the pursuit of major games by rising developmental states." International Journal of the History of Sport 28(16): 2271-2289.
    No abstract available.
  • The Canadian international development agency: New policies, old problems 

    Black, David R., and Rebecca Tiessen. 2007. "The Canadian international development agency: New policies, old problems." Canadian Journal of Development Studies-Revue Canadienne D Etudes Du Developpement 28(2): 191-212.
    No abstract available.
  • Does politics stop at the water's edge in Canada? Party and partisanship in Canadian foreign policy 

    Bow, Brian, and David Black. 2008. "Does politics stop at the water's edge in Canada? Party and partisanship in Canadian foreign policy." International Journal 64(1): 7-27.
    No abstract available.

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