Dr. Wilfrid Greaves
Dr. Wilfrid Greaves (Assistant Professor, International Relations, University of Victoria) conducts research on intersections between security theory and environmental politics with focuses on climate change, energy extraction, Indigenous peoples, and the circumpolar Arctic. He has also published studies on Canadian foreign policy, complex peace operations, counter-insurgen cy, and Arctic governance. Dr. Greaves is author of more than a dozen peer-reviewed articles and book chapters, and his first book, Indigenizing Arctic Security: Polar Politics and Environmental Change in Canada and Norway, is forthcoming from University of Toronto Press. His co-edited book with Whitney Lackenbauer on Understanding Sovereignty and Security in the Circumpolar Arctic is currently in peer review. He was previously Lecturer at the Trudeau Centre for Peace, Conflict and Justice and a Visiting Scholar at the Centre for Sami Studies at the University of Tromsø, Norway.
- Reading List: Climate Change and Security, by Wilfrid Greaves, July 2021
- Engage Series: On Thin Ice? Perspectives on Arctic Security, edited by Duncan Depledge and P. Whitney Lackenbauer, March 2021
- Special Report: Understanding the Future Arctic Security Environment: Applying NATO Strategic Foresight Analysis to Canadian Arctic Defence and Security, November 2020. [also available in high resolution (58MB) version]
- Strategic Perspective: North American Arctic Security Expectations in a New U.S. Administration, by Troy Bouffard, Wilfrid Greaves, P. Whitney Lackenbauer, and Nancy Teeple, November 2020
- Policy Brief: Democracy, Donald Trump, and the Canada-US Security Environment, by Wilfrid Greaves, May 2020
- Reading List: The Arctic Security Environment: Competition and Cooperation, by Wilfrid Greaves and P. Whitney Lackenbauer, May 2020