Dr. Andrew Chater
Andrew Chater is a postdoctoral fellow with the North American and Arctic Defence and Security Network (NAADSN) at Trent University. He also is an assistant professor (limited term) in political science at Brescia University College in London, Ontario and a fellow at Polar Research and Policy Initiative in London, England. He was the 2019 Fulbright Visiting Research Chair in Arctic Studies at the University of Seattle in Washington. He completed his doctorate at the University of Western Ontario and was previously a graduate resident at the Rotman Institute of Philosophy. He holds a master’s degree from the University of Waterloo. His research interests include Arctic governance, Canadian foreign policy and communication. His publications have appeared in such publications as International Journal and Strategic Analysis. Outside of academic life, Andrew plays music and has taught guitar in Iqaluit, Nunavut, as part of Iqaluit Music Camp.
- Policy Brief: China as Arctic Council Observer: Compliance and Compatibility, by Andrew Chater, May 2021
- Annotated Bibliography: The Arctic Council – Annotated Readings, by Andrew Chater and Brittany Ennis, April 2021
- Policy Brief: Literature Review on Russia’s Strategic Intentions Since 2015, by Andrew Chater, April 2020
- Quick Impact: Will Budget 2020 take the Canadian North seriously?, by Mathieu Landriault and Andrew Chater, March 2020
- Policy Brief: The Arctic Council: A Key Moment of Challenge, by Andrew Chater, February 2020
- Quick Impact: Le Nord canadien sera-t-il enfin pris au sérieux dans le prochain budget?, by Mathieu Landriault and Andrew Chater, February 2020