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Brian Bow is a Professor of Political Science and faculty fellow with the Centre for Study of Security and Development (CSSD) at Dalhousie University. He holds a BA in International Relations from UBC, an MA in Political Science and Security Studies from York, and a PhD in Government from Cornell. He has published on Canadian foreign and defence policy, Canada-US relations, US foreign policy, and regional cooperation. His book, The Politics of Linkage: Power, Interdependence, and Ideas in Canada-US Relations (UBC Press) won the Donner Prize for 2009.

His main research project now is a long-term study of security policy coordination in North America, which looks at the political management of cross-border bureaucratic networks as mechanisms for policy innovation and cooperation. Other ongoing projects focus on transnational police cooperation, technocracy and political accountability, and Canada-US relations.


RECENT PUBLICATIONS BY BRIAN BOW

The Border/Perimeter Security Agenda in the Age of Trump: A Coping Strategy for Canada

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