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Teaching Program


Office Hours

Professor John Kirton: Tuesdays, 14:00-16:00 or by appointment
Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy,
1 Devonshire Place, Room 209N (second floor)
416-946-8953
Follow @jjkirton

Canadian Foreign Policy

Teaching Assistant: Taylor Jackson

Essay Guidelines

Sample Essay: The Canada-EU Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement: What Did Canada Do and Why?
By Alissa Wang, February 2016

Fall 2021: POL 312 Canadian Foreign Policy Performance

Spring 2022: POL 313 Canadian Foreign Policy Performance Process

Lecture Notes

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Global Summit Governance

Sample Research Report: G20 Trade Governance, 2008-2019, by Jane Filipiuk

Fall 2021: POL 456F/2256F Global Summit Governance and Diplomacy

Syllabus and reading list

Winter 2022: POL 458W/2258W Global Summit Governance Policy Performance

Syllabus and reading list

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Other Courses

Global Governance
Autumn 2011, University of Toronto
Professor John Kirton
JPD2232S
Syllabus and reading list

Global Governance
Winter 2011, University of Toronto
Professor John Kirton
GLA2003H
Syllabus and reading list

The Politics of Global Governance
August 2002
University of Toronto's Siena Summer Seminar in Italy
Professor John Kirton
POL 343
Syllabus

Global Governance: Making the International Economic System Work
Spring 2002, Queen's University
Professor Nicholas Bayne
SPS 867
Course outline, schedule and mock summit

The Daito Bunka 2000 Lectures
July 2000, Daito Bunka University, Tokyo, Japan
Professor John Kirton
Syllabus and lectures

G8 Online
G8 Online 2003
G8 Online 2002
G8 Online 2000


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