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I joined McGill in 2002,
leaving in the summer of 2012 to go to Carleton University's Norman
Paterson School of International Affairs [NPSIA] as the new holder of the
Paterson Chair in International Affairs.
in issues related to political competition and international security focusing
largely on the
international and domestic politics of ethnic conflicts. I have spent
the past few years on something related but also entirely different: the complexities of civil-military
relations in multilateral military operations (especially Afghanistan).
My two biggest points of pride
during my time at
McGill: (1) I twice
received an award by the Political Science Students Association for
Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching; (2) Nearly all of my PhD students have
positions in the US and Canada.
- If not in my office, I can be
found on the ultimate fields in
Montreal, on the ski slopes in the area, or
at home, watching TV to gain more cultural references for my classes.