Nbr. 71-3, September 2016
- Apartheid, 1948–1994 by Saul Dubow; Inside South Africa’s Foreign Policy: Diplomacy in Africa from Smuts to Mbeki by John Siko
- Book Reviews
- Canada’s responses to the torture of citizens: Rights aberration or rights aspiration?
- Dollars and sense? The Harper government, economic diplomacy, and Canadian foreign policy
- Editors’ Introduction
- God in the Tumult of the Global Square: Religion in Civil Society by Mark Juergensmeyer, Dinah Griego, and John Soboslai
- Hell is other people’s schedules: Canada’s limited-term military commitments, 2001–2015
- Pierre Trudeau and the “suffocation” of the nuclear arms race
- Regional turmoil, the rise of Islamic State, and Turkey's multiple Kurdish dilemmas
- Revisiting the Canadian–Soviet barter proposal of 1932–1933: The Soviet perspective
- The Paradox of Liberation: Secular Revolutions and Religious Counterrevolutions by Michael Walzer
- Theorizing Anti-Racism: Linkages in Marxist and Critical Race Theories Toronto by Abigail Bakan and Enakshi Dua eds.
- Unsettled Balance: Ethics, Security, and Canada’s International Relations by Rosalind Warner, ed.
- Was R2P a viable option for Syria? Opinion content in the Globe and Mail and the National Post, 2011–2013
- “Vocal but not particularly strong”? Air Canada’s ill-fated vacation package to Rhodesia and South Africa and the anti-apartheid movement in Canada