Christian LEUPRECHT, Ph.D.

Department of Political Science
Royal Military College of Canada
P.O. Box 17000, Station Forces
Kingston, Ontario, Canada K7K 7B4
Tel. +1.613.541-6000 ext. 6428
christian.leuprecht@rmc.ca

Centre for Crime Policy and Research
College of Business, Government, and Law
Flinders University
GPO 2100 Adelaide, South Australia 5001
Tel. +61 (0)8 8201 3527
christian.leuprecht@flinders.edu.au

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Education

2003
Ph.D., Queen's University

Political Studies

1999
M.A., University of Toronto

French

1998
 
M.A., University of Toronto

Political Science

1997

 

Diplôme des Etudes Approfondies (M.A. equivalent), Université Pierre Mendès-France

Political Sociology

1996
Honours Bachelor of Arts, University of Toronto

Political Science (specialist), French (major), History (minor)

 

Professional History

Current
Professor

Class of 1965 Professor in Leadership, Royal Military College of Canada
(promoted 2009 to Associate, 2015 to Professor)

  • 2014-2015 Associate Dean
  • 2010-2012 Deputy Department Head
Fellow

Centre for Security, Armed Forces and Society, Royal Military College of Canada

Adjunct Professor

School of Policy Studies and Department of Political Studies, Queen’s University

Fellow

Institute of Intergovernmental Relations, Queen’s University

Fellow

Fellow, Centre for International and Defence Policy, Queen’s University

2006-2011
Fellow

Defense Management Studies Program, Queen’s University

2003-2005
Postdoctoral fellow

Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada

 

Visiting Fellowships

2017

Matthew Flinders Fellow, Flinders University Law School, Centre for Crime Policy and Research

2016

Hanse Wissenschaftskolleg Institute for Advanced Study, Bremen, Germany (January-May)

2015

Université Grenoble Alpes (November)

Ukrainian National Defence University (March)

2011

University of Augsburg, Institute for Canadian Studies (May-July)

European Academy Summer School on Minority Rights, Italy (June)

2009-2010

Bicentennial Associate Professor in Canadian Studies, Yale University (August – June)

2008, 2013, 2016

Swedish National Defense College (June)

2008

University of Graz, Austria (May)

European Academy, Bolzano, Italy (June)

 

Research Affiliations

2014-2017

SERENE Smart Cybersecurity Network

2013-2019

Borders in Globalization SSHRC Partnership Grant
Security Theme Lead

2015-2022 Canadian Network for Research on Terrorism, Security, and Society SSHRC Partnership Grant
University Representative
2007-2012

Ethnicity and Democratic Governance, SSHRC Multilateral Research Initiative

2003-2008

Public Policy in Municipalities, SSHRC Multilateral Research Initiative

Ongoing

Senior Fellow, Macdonald Laurier Institute

Observatoire sur la radicalization et l’extrémisme violent (OSR)

Centre interuniversitaire de recherche sur les relations internationales du Canada et du Québec (CIRRICQ)

International Centre for Comparative Criminology, Université de Montréal (CICC)

Austrian Institute for European and Security Studies

 

Honours and Fellowships

Publications

Names of mentored HQP are in bold.  Name of the corresponding author is underlined.  Names other than Leuprecht are collaborators from academia (Canadian1 and International 2) or government.3

 

Edited and co-edited volumes

2018

13. Leuprecht, C., Sokolsky, JJ1 and Hughes, T. North American Strategic Defence in the 21st Century: Security and Sovereignty in an Uncertain World. New York: VS Springer.

12. Leuprecht, C, Koelling, M and Hataley, T1. Public Security in Federal Polities. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

11. Okros, A1, Zade, R and Leuprecht, C. Surfing the Digital Tsunami. New York: VS Springer.

10. Leuprecht, C. and MacLellan, S1. Governing Cybersecurity in Canada.  Waterloo, ON: Centre for International Governance Innovation

2012

9. Leuprecht, C, Hataley, T1 and Nossal, KR1. 2012. Evolving Transnational Threats and Border Security: A New Research Agenda. Kingston: Queen’s Centre for International and Defence Policy, 125 pp.

En français: Leuprecht, C, Hataley, T1 and Nossal, KR1. 2012. Évolution des menaces transnationales et sécurité frontalière : Un nouveau programme de recherche. Kingston: Queen’s Centre for International and Defence Policy, 147 pp.

2011

8. Leuprecht, C and Russell, PH1. 2011. Essential Readings in Canadian Constitutional Politics. Toronto: University of Toronto Press Higher Education, 512 pp.

7. Courchene, T1 and Allan, J1, Leuprecht, C, Verrelli, N. 2011.The Federal Idea: Essays in Honour of Ronald L. Watts. Kingston & Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press. 500 pp.

6. Szvirczsev Tresch, T2 and Leuprecht, C. 2011. Europe without Soldiers?  Recruitment and Retention among Europe’s Armed Forces. Montreal & Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press, 288 pp. (Reviewed in Canadian Foreign Policy Journal 19(2) 2013, Armed Forces & Society 38(4) 2012: 683-685, Parameters Summer 2012: 139-141, Journal of Slavic Military Studies 24 2011: 712-713)

2010

5. Leuprecht, C, Troy, J and Last, D1. 2010. Mission Critical: The Role of Smaller Democracies in Global Stability Operations. Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press, 250 pp.  Awarded the 2011 Canada-Prize.

4. Leuprecht, C. 2010. Defending Democracy and Securing Diversity. Abingdon: Routledge, 191 pp. (Reviewed in Journal of Peace Research 2011 48(1): 132, Democracy and Security 8(1) 2012: 97-99, Security and Defence Studies Review 11 Fall-Winter: 195-196.)

2008

3. Allan, J1, Courchene, TJ1 & Leuprecht, C. 2008. Canada: The State of the Federation 2006. Transitions: Fiscal and Political Federalism in an Era of Change. Montreal & Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press, 390 pp.

2007

2. Lazar, H1 & Leuprecht, C. 2007. Spheres of Governance: Comparative Studies of Cities in Multilevel Governance Systems. Montreal & Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press, 320 pp. (Reviewed in Publius 39(1): 210-212.)

2006

1. Young R1 & Leuprecht, C. 2006. Canada: The State of the Federation. Municipal-Federal-Provincial Relations. Montreal & Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press, 424 pp.

 

Guest editor of special issue of peer-reviewed scholarly journals

Forthcoming 3. Leuprecht, C. Canadian Public Administration. Special Issue on Border Security across Canada’s Regions.
2018

2. Leuprecht C. and Hataley, T1. Forthcoming. Journal of Borderland Studies 33(2). Special Issue on Cooperation among cross-border communities.

2009

1. Leuprecht, C. 2009. Guest Editor, Special Issue of Commonwealth and Comparative Politics 47(4).

 

Peer-reviewed articles in scholarly journals

2019

42. Leuprecht, C., Cockfield, A1, Simpson, P and Haseeb, M. Tackling Transnational Terrorist Resourcing Nodes and Networks. Florida State University Law Review 46.

41. Skillicorn, DB, Leuprecht, C1 and Green, A. Leveraging Police Incident Data for Intelligence-Led Policing.  Global Crime.  Special Issue on Illicit Network.

40. Leuprecht, C and McGarry, P. Ressources naturelles.  Afrique contemporaine.  Special Issue on the conflict in Mali. Ed.

2018

39. Walther, O2, Leuprecht, C and Skillicorn, DB1. Distance, Borders, and Time: The Diffusion and Permeability of Political Violence in North-West Africa. Canadian Journal of Political Science.

38. Leuprecht, C1, and Zade, R. Are Islamists special?  Nuances in transborder terror networks between Canada and the United States.  Canadian Journal of Political Science.

37. O’Halloran, P.J., Leuprecht, C., Ghanbapour-Dizboni, A., Green, A.,and Adelstein, D. 2018. The terrorist resourcing model applied to Canada. Journal of Money Laundering Control. 21(1): 33-46.

2016

36. Walther, O2Leuprecht, C and Skillicorn, DB1Political Fragmentation and Alliances among Armed Non-State Actors in North and Western Africa (1997-2014).Terrorism and Political Violence.

A more elaborate version of this article is found in African Border Disorders. Eds. O. Walther and W. Miles. Abingdon: Routledge Series in African and International Politics, pp. 60-86. (Favourably reviewed in Foreign Affairs March/April 2018).

35. Skillicorn, DB1, and Leuprecht, C. Incumbency effects in U.S. presidential campaigns: Language patterns matter. Electoral Studies 43(2016): 95-103. (As featured in the Kingston Whig Standard and PsyPost)

34. Skillicorn, DB1, Leuprecht, C, and Tait, V. 2016. Beyond the Castle Model of CybersecurityGovernment Information Quarterly. 33(2): 250-257.

See my talk at Flinders University on this topic.

Abridged and revised portions of this article subsequently appeared as Computing in Compromised Environments: Beyond the Castle Model of Cyber-Security. In Exploring the Security Landscape: Non-Traditional Security Challenges. Ed. Anthony Masys. New York: VS Springer: 249-265. Initial draft version published by the Austrian Institute for European and Security Policy as Working Paper No. 4, July 2015.

33. Porges, M and Leuprecht, C. 2016. Abstenerse de terror: el caso de desconcierto de la resistencia no violenta en el Sáhara Occidental. Revista CIDOB d’Afers internationcionals no. 112. April: 149-172.

Co-published in English as The Puzzle of Nonviolence in Western Sahara. Democracy and Security 2016 12(2): 65-84. reprinted in Does Terrorism Work?, ed. Diego Muro. Abingdon: Routledge, 2016

32. Leuprecht, C, Aulthouse, A and Walther, O2. 2016. The puzzling resilience of transnational organized criminal networks. Police Practice & Research 17(4): 376-387. Special Issue on Policing Drug Markets, eds. Christopher Birkbeck and Eduardo PaesMachado.


Co-published in English as The Puzzle of Nonviolence in Western Sahara. Democracy and Security 2016 12(2): 65-84.
reprinted in Does Terrorism Work?, ed. Diego Muro. Abingdon: Routledge, 2018.

31. Leuprecht, C, Walther, O2, Skillicorn, DB1, and Ryde-Collins, H. Hezbollah’s Global Tentacles: The Party of God’s Convergence with Transnational Organized Crime. Terrorism and Political Violence Terrorism and Political Violence 29(5): 902-921

2015

30. Skillicorn, DB1, Leuprecht, C, Stys, Y3 and Gobeil, R3. 2015. Prisoner Radicalization: Structural Differences among Violent Extremists. Global Crime 16(3): 238-259.

29. Skillicorn, DB1, Leuprecht, C. 2015. Deception in Speeches of Candidates for Public Office. Journal of Data Mining and Digital Humanities.

28. Skillicorn, DB1 and Leuprecht, C. 2015. Clustering Heterogeneous Semi-Structured Social Science DatasetsProcedia Computer Science (International Conference on Computational Science), 51: 2888-2892.

27. Leuprecht, C. and Sokolsky, JJ1. 2015. Defence Policy, ‘Walmart Style’: Canadian lessons in ‘not-so-grand’ strategy. Armed Forces & Society 41(3): 541-562.
Revised and abridged version reprinted in Going to War? Trends in Military Interventions. Eds. Stéphanie von Hlatky and H. Christian Breede.  Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2016.

2014

26. Leuprecht, C. 2014. Political Demography of Canada-US co-dependence in defence and security. Canadian Foreign Policy Journal 20(3): 291-304.  Recipient of the Maureen Molot Prize for Best Article.

25. Hataley, T1 and Leuprecht, C. December 2014. Asymmetric decentralization of the administration of multilevel security governance in the Canadian federal political system. Canadian Public Administration 57(4): 507-526.

24. Leuprecht, C and Aulthouse, A. December 2014. Guns for Hire: Mapping Canada-US cross-border gun trafficking networks. Journal of Criminology, Criminal Justice, Law and Society 15(3): 57-74.

2013

23. Skillicorn, DB1 and Leuprecht, C. 2013. Improving the Language of InfluenceProceedings of Foundations of Open Source Intelligence Workshop (FOSINT-SI), at Advances in Social Network Analysis and Modelling (ASONAM), ACM & IEEE: 1028-1033.

22. Leuprecht, C and Hall, K. 2013. Networks as strategic repertoires: Functional differentiation among Al-Shabaab terror cells. Global Crime 14(2-3): 287-310. Special issue on Advances in Research on Illicit Networks.
Reprinted in Advances in Research on Illicit Networks. Ed. Martin Bouchard.  Abingdon: Routledge, 2015, pp. 287-310.
Revised and expanded version published as Why Terror Networks are Dissimilar: How Structure Relates to Function. In Networks and Network Analysis for Defence and Security. Ed. Anthony Masys. New York: VS Springer, Lecture notes in Social Networks series, 2014, pp. 83-120.

21. Leuprecht, C, Hataley, T1 and Skillicorn, DB1. 2013. Cross-Border Terror Networks: A Social Network Analysis of the Canada-U.S. Border. Behavioral Sciences of Terrorism and Political Aggression.  Special Issue: Applying Social Network Analysis to Terrorism. 5(2): 155-175.

20. Skillicorn, DB1 and Leuprecht, C. 2013. Inferring the Mental State of Influencers. Social Network Analysis and Mining 3(3): 565-596.

19. Leuprecht, C and Hataley, T1. 2013. Sûreté, Sécurité Civile et Mesures d’Urgence au sein des systèmes de gouvernance multiniveauTéléscope : Revue d’analyse comparée en administration publique 19(1) : 176-193.  Numéro spécial sur la gouvernance multiniveau.

2012

18. Skillicorn, DB1, Leuprecht, C and Winn, C1. 2012. Homegrown Islamist Radicalization in Canada: Process Insights from an Attitudinal Survey, Canadian Journal of Political Science 45(4) December: 929-956.

17. Skillicorn, DB and Leuprecht, C. 2012. Mental State of Influencers.  In IEEE/ACM International Conference on Advances in Social Network Analysis and Mining.  Foundations of Open-Source Intelligence FOSINT 2012: 922-929.

16. Skillicorn, DB1, Leuprecht, C and Hataley, T1. 2012. Vectors of Extremism Across the Canada-US Border.  IEEE Conference on Intelligence and security Informatics: 162-164.

15. Leuprecht, C. 2012. The nascent societies and governments of Germany’s unitary federalism. Regional and Federal Studies 22(2) April: 177-203.

14. Leuprecht, C. Spring 2012. Public Safety in Federal Systems: A Primer. L’Europe en formation 363(4): 417-436.
Revised version reprinted in Jahrbuch des Föderalismus, Vol. 13. Baden-Baden: Nomos-Verlagsgesellschaft, 2012, pp. 108-122.

13. Leuprecht, C. 2012. The ethno-demographic structure of democratic consolidation in Mauritius and Fiji. Commonwealth and Comparative Politics 50(1) February: 23-49.

2011

12. McCauley, C2, Leuprecht, C, Hataley, T1, Winn, C1 and Biswas, B. 2011. Tracking the War of Ideas: A Poll of Ottawa Muslims. Terrorism and Political Violence 23(5): 804-819.

11. Leuprecht, C and Skillicorn, DB1. 2011. Radicalization: What, if anything, is to be done?  When the facts get in the way of a good story. Home Team Journal 3: 38-47.

2010

10. Leuprecht, C. 2010. International Security Strategy and Global Population Aging. Journal of Strategic Security. Winter 3(4): 27-48.

9. Leuprecht, C. 2010. The Demographic Security Dilemma, Yale Journal of International Affairs 5-2 Spring-Summer: 60-74.

8. Leuprecht, C, Hataley, T1, McCauley, C2 and Moskalenko, S. 2010. Containing the Narrative: Strategy and Tactics in Countering the Storyline of Global Jihad, Journal of Policing, Intelligence, and Counter Terrorism, 5(1) April-May: 42-57.
Revised version reprinted as Narratives and counter-narratives for Global Jihad: opinion versus action. In Countering Violent Extremist Narratives, Kessels, E.J.A.M., ed. The Hague: National Coordinator for Counterterrorism (NCTb): 2010, pp. 58 - 70.

2009

7. Leuprecht, C. 2009. Diversity in Security and Defence: Democracy’s Ultimate Litmus Test. Commonwealth & Comparative Politics 47(4) November: 559-579.
reprinted in Defending Democracy and Securing Diversity, C. Leuprecht, ed. Abingdon: Routledge, 2011, pp. 217-237.

6. Leuprecht, C et al. 2009. Winning the Battle but Losing the War? Narrative and Counter-Narrative Strategy. Perspectives on Terrorism 3(2) August: 25-35.

2008

5. Leuprecht, C. and McHugh, J.T.2 2008. Fixed Election Cycles: A genuine alternative to responsible government? Commonwealth and Comparative Politics 46(4) November: 415-441.

2005

4. Leuprecht, C. 2005. Kanadas Streitkräfte als Vorreiter im postnationalen Umbruch. Zeitschrift für Kanada-Studien, Vol. 47. [Postnational armed forces: The Canadian example; published in the German Journal of Canadian Studies].

2003

3. Leuprecht, C. 2003. The Tory Fragment in Canada: Endangered Species? Canadian Journal of Political Science/Revue canadienne de science politique 36(2): 401-416.

2002

2. Leuprecht, C. and McCreery, C.3 2002. When Fraud Comes of Age: Libations and Legitimacy in Canadian ElectioneeringPublic Integrity 4(4): 273-289.

1. Leuprecht, C. 2002. The liberal contradictions of Quebec nationalism. Canadian Review of Studies in Nationalism 29: 13-26.

 

Chapters in peer-reviewed books

2019

Leuprecht, C, Green, A, and Sundberg, K1. Canada Border Services Agency. Mapping the Canadian Intelligence Community. Ed. Stephanie Carvin. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Leuprecht, C and Hataley, T1. Bilateral Coordination of Border Security, Intelligence Sharing, Counter-Terrorism, and Counter-Radicalization.  In Canada Among Nations 2017.  Eds. Christopher Sands, David Carment, and Inger Weibust.  Baskingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Leuprecht, C. Border Integrity.  In Northern North America/Greenland Borders. Ed. Heather Nicol.  London: University College London Press.

Leuprecht, C. and McNorton, H. Border Security: Ontario. In Ontario: Bordering the Great Lakes and Beyond. Ed. Victor Konrad.  Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press.

Leuprecht, C. and Dizboni, A1. Instruments and Arrangements against online Terrorism Relating to International Cooperation. Ed. John R. Vacca. Boca Raton: CRC Press.
2018

46. Leuprecht, C. Strategic implications of demographic change for the Canadian Armed Forces.  In Canadian defence: theory & policy. Eds. Srdjan Vucetic, Philippe Lagassé and Thomas Juneau.  Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

45. Hataley, T.1 and Leuprecht, C. Canada. Public Security in Federal Polities.  Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

44. Dizboni, A.1 and Leuprecht, C. Framing, Branding and Explaining: A Survey of Perception of Islam and Muslims in Canadian polls, Government, and Academia. In The Way Muslims and mainstream society in the West see each other.  Eds. Abe Ata and Jan Ali.  Sydney: Oxford University Press.

43. Leuprecht, C., McCauley, C2. and Skillicorn, DB1. Terrorists, Radicals, and Activists: Distinguishing between Countering Violent Extremism and Countering Extremist Violence, and why it matters. In Countering Violent Extremism and Terrorism: Assessing Canada’s Domestic and International Strategies.  Ed. Stéphanie von Hlatky. Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press.

42. Skillicorn, DB1. and Leuprecht, C. Clustering Heterogeneous Semi-Structured Dataset in Applications to Criminology: A Records Management System Case Study.  In Criminology at the Edge: Big Data in Criminology. Eds. Benoit Leclerc and Jesse Cale. Abingdon: Routledge.

41. Leuprecht, C. Political Demography of Diversity in the Canadian Armed Forces. In Strengthening the Canadian Forces through Diversity: We stand on guard for thee. Ed. Bessma Momani and Alistair Edgar. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

40. Leuprecht, C. Containing the Proliferation of Incitement: A Canadian Perspective. In Incitement to Terrorism. Eds. A. Bayefsky and Laurie Blank. Leiden: Brill Nijhoff.

39. Skillicorn, DB1. and Leuprecht, C. Clustering Semi-Structured Heterogeneous Social Science Datasets for National Security Applications. In Security by Design. Ed. Anthony Masys.  New York: VS Springer, Lecture notes in Social Networks series.

38. Leuprecht, C. and Walther, O2. Terrorist Financing: Transnational Networks.  In The Handbook on Criminal and Terrorist Financing Law. Eds. Clive Walker, Colin King and Jimmy Gurule.  Palgrave Macmillan.

37. Leuprecht, C. and Kölling, M. Innere Sicherheit und Terrorismusbekämpfung in föderalen Mehrebenensystemen.  Ed. Martin Grosse Hüttmann. Jahrbuch des Föderalismus 2018.  Nomos Verlag

2017 36. Leuprecht, C. and J.J. Sokolsky. 2016. “Canada’s Enhance Forward Presence in the Baltics: An Enduring Commitment to Transatlantic Security.” In NATO – from Warsaw to Brussels.  Future of the Alliance and the Enhanced Forward Presence.  Ed. Māris Andžāns.  Riga: Latvian Institute of International Affairs, pp. 118-128.

Versions of this chapter have been republished
as in Atlantisch Perspectief 2017 (5): 21-26; and in
NATO Association of Canada. Global Security in Canada’s Post 150, pp. 12-18.
2016

35. Leuprecht, C. Scanning the Consequences of Demographic Change for the Emerging Security Landscape.  In Exploring the Security Landscape – non-traditional security challenges. Ed. Anthony Masys. New York: VS Springer, Lecture notes in Social Networks series, pp. 141-157.

2015

34. Leuprecht, C. Political Demography of the New Security Environment. Eds. Melvin Dubnick and Domonic Bearfield. The Encyclopedia of Public Administration and Public Policy 3rd ed .Eds. Domonic Bearfield and Melvin Dubnick. New York: Taylor and Francis; Vol 4, pp. 2983-2992.

33. Leuprecht, C. 2015. Geriatric Interventions: The demographic economy of interventionist malaise. In Elusive Pursuits: Lessons from Canada’s Interventions Abroad.  Canada Among Nations. Eds. Steven Saideman, Fen Osler Hampson and James Manicom. Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, pp. 225-241.

32. Leuprecht, C. Borders & Security. In Countering Transnational Crime. Eds. William Mendel and Peter McCabe. AFB MacDill, FL: Joint Special Operations University Press, chapter 9, pp. 131-146.

31. Leuprecht, C. 2015. Go With The Flow: The (Im)Plausibility of a Grand Canadian Intergovernmental Bargain on Energy Policy and Strategy. In The State of the Federation 2012: Regions, Resources, Resiliency. Eds. Loleen Berdahl and Carolyn Tuohy. Montreal & Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, chapter 2, pp. 9-23.

30. Leuprecht, C., Kölling, M and Hataley, T1. 2015. Public Security in Federal Systems. In Federalism as Decision-Making: changes in structures, procedures and policies. Eds. Francesco Palermo and Elisabeth Alber. Leiden: Brill, Martinus Nijhoff, chapter 17, pp. 339-357.

29. Leuprecht, C. 2015. Coping with Diversity in the Armed Forces: Implications for civil-military relations.  In Wie viel Vielfalt benötigen/vertragen die Streitkräfte? Eds. Phil C. Langer and Gerhard Kümmel. Berlin: Miles-Verlag, pp. 61-92.

2014

28. Kümmel, G2 and Leuprecht, C. 2014. Selbst-und Fremdbilder des bundesdeutschen Soldaten. In Handbuch Militärische Berufsethik, Band II. Eds. Thomas Bohrmann, Karl-Heinz Lather and Friedrich Lohmann, pp. 17-40.

27. Leuprecht, C. 2014. Urban and Metropolitan Security. In Public Security in Systems. Ed. Ajay K. Mehra. New Delhi: Lancer Publishers, chapter 4.

2012

26. Leuprecht, C. 2012. The West’s Last War? Neo-interventionism, strategic surprise and the waning appetite for playing the away game.  In The Armed Forces: Towards a Post-Interventionist Era? Eds. Gerhard Kümmel and Bastian Giegerich. Wiesbaden: Springer VS, pp. 63-72.

25. Leuprecht, C. 2012. Recruitment and Retention Strategy: Endogenous Constraints, Exogenous Imperatives. Eds. Gerhard Kümmel and Joseph Soeters. New Wars, New Militaries, New Soldiers? Conflicts, the Armed Forces, and the Soldierly Subject. Contributions to Conflict Management, Peace Economics and Development, no. 19.  Bingley: Emerald Group Publishing Ltd., pp. 187-205.

24. Leuprecht, C. 2012. Perspectivas académicas sobre seguridad y defensa en América del Norte. In Agendas comunes y diferencias en la seguridad de América del Norte: Canadá, Estados Unidos y México. (¿De dónde venimos?, ¿dónde estamos? y ¿adónde queremos ir?). Ed. Abelardo Rodriguez Sumano. México: Centro de Estudios Superiores Navales, pp. 331-342.

23. Leuprecht, C. 2012. Resisting from the Periphery: Constitutional, Institutional, and Societal Conditions and Drivers of Federal Encroachment of Constituent Units. In Governing from the Centre: the influence of the federal / central government on subnational governments. Ed. Gisela Färber. Speyer: German Research Institute for Public Administration, pp. 75-103.

22. Leuprecht, C. 2012. Security Implications of Demographic Change: A Canadian Perspective. In Evolving Transnational Threats and Border Security. Eds. Leuprecht, C, Hataley, T, and Nossal, KR. Kingston: Queen’s Centre for International and Defence Policy, pp. 39-50.
In French translation. Répercussions des changements démographiques sur la sécurité : Une perspective canadienne. In Evolution des menaces transnationales et sécurité frontalière. Eds. Leuprecht, C, Hataley, T, and Nossal, KR. Kingston: Queen’s Centre for International and Defence Policy, pp. 47-59.

2011

21. Leuprecht, C. 2011. Deter or Engage? The demographic structure of ethno-nationalist conflict. In Political Demography: How Population Changes are Reshaping International Security and National Politics. Eds. M. Duffy Toft, J. Goldstone, and E. Kaufmann. New York: Oxford University Press, Chapter 15, pp. 226-237. (Reviewed in The Economist 19 May 2012).

2010

20. Szvirczsev Tresch, T2 and Leuprecht, C. 2010. Whom Shall We Send: The Best of the Brightest or the Worst of the Desperate? In Europe without Soldiers?  Recruitment and Retention among Europe’s Armed Forces. Eds. Szvirczsev Tresch, T and Leuprecht, C. Montreal & Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press, pp. 1-17.

19. Leuprecht, C. 2010. Socially Representative Armed Forces: A Demographic Imperative. In Europe without Soldiers?  Recruitment and Retention among Europe’s Armed Forces. Eds. Szvirczsev Tresch, T and Leuprecht, C. Montreal & Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press, pp. 35-54.

18. Leuprecht, C. 2010. At the demographic crossroads: International Security Strategy for the 21st century. In Mission Critical: The Role of Smaller Democracies in Global Stability Operations. Eds. Leuprecht, C, T. Jodok and D. Last. Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press, pp. 13-47.

2009

17. Leuprecht, C. 2009. From unitarizing administrative quasi-federalism to a genuine federal system: How demographic change will drive fiscal-federalism reform as a means to improving the performance of public finances Germany. In Föderalismusreform II, Ralf Baus, Rudolf Hrbek and Henrik Scheller, eds. Baden-Baden: Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft. pp. 1-35.

16. Leuprecht, C. 2009. Demographic Change -- A Catalyst for Federal Asymmetry. In Francesco Palermo, Carolin Zwilling and Karl Kössler, eds. Asymmetries in Constitutional Law: Recent developments in federal and regional systems. Bolzano/Bozen: European Academy, 2009, pp. 189-223.

15. Leuprecht, C. 2009. Policy Matters: Recognizing Immigrants' Academic and Professional Qualifications in Canada. In Wissen wandert/Knowledge Migrates -- Migration und know-how -- Potenziale für Berlin. Brigitte Fahrenhorst et al, eds. Berlin: Society for International Development, 2009, pp. 24-33.

2008

14. Leuprecht, C. 2008. Autonomy and Diversity. In Building On and Accommodating Diversities, R. L. Watts and R. Chattopadhyay, eds. New Delhi: Viva Books, pp. 89-96.

13. Leuprecht, C. 2008. Föderalismuskultur-Banausen: Zur föderalen Reife der deutschen Gesellschaft. In Europäisches Zentrum für Föderalismus-Forschung, ed. Jahrbuch des Föderalismus 2008. Baden-Baden: Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft, pp. 270-285. [On the federal maturity of German society]

12. Leuprecht, C and Hataley, T1. 2008. Just how liberal-democratic is Canadian foreign policy: A pluralist test. In The World in Canada and the 3Ds: Diaspora, Demography and Domestic Politics. David Carment and David Bercuson, eds. Montreal & Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, pp. 123-148.

11. Leuprecht, C. 2008. “Reforming Fiscal Federalism and Equalization: Lessons from the Canadian Experience”. In Die zweite Stufe der Föderalismusreform: Die Neuordnung der Finanzbeziehungen im deutschen Bundesstaat, R Baus & R Hrbek, eds. Baden-Baden: Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft, pp. 259-274.

10. Leuprecht, C. 2008. Cites in Multilevel Governance Systems: Implications for Second Chambers. In Legislatures in Federal Systems and Multi-Level Governance. Ed., Hrbek, R. Baden-Baden: Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft.

2007

9. Leuprecht, C and Lazar, H1. 2007. Introduction. Spheres of Governance: Comparative Studies of Cities in Multilevel Governance Systems, H Lazar & C Leuprecht, eds. Montreal & Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press, pp. 1-21.

8. Leuprecht, C. 2007. “Fiskale Gerechtigkeit in der kanadischen Föderation: Gedankenanstösse zur zweiten Phase der Föderalismusreform in Deutschland”. In Föderalismusreform II: Wichenstellungen für eine Neuordnung der Finanzbeziehungen im Deutschen Bundesstaat. R T Baus, T Fischer & R Hrbek, eds. Baden-Baden: Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft, pp.201-220. [Fiscal justice in the Canadian federation: Reflections on the Germany’s second federalism reform; published in On the road to a second step of the federal reform - preconditions and perspectives of a reorganization of the financial relations within the German federal state].

2006

7. Young, R1 and Leuprecht, C. 2006. Introduction: new work, background themes, and future research about municipal-federal-provincial relations in Canada. In Canada: The State of the Federation. Municipal-Federal-Provincial Relations in Canada, R Young & C Leuprecht, eds. Montreal & Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press, pp. 3-22.

6. Leuprecht, C. 2006. Auswirkungen des demographischen Wandels auf föderale Regierungssysteme: Kanada und Deutschland im Vergleich. In Europäisches Zentrum für Föderalismus-Forschung (ed.) Jahrbuch des Föderalismus 2006. Baden-Baden: Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft, pp. 83-101. [Implications of demographic change for federal systems of governance: Canada and Germany in Comparison; published in the Yearbook of Federalism 2006].

5. Leuprecht, C. 2006. Die unvollendete Revolution: Post-nationale Streitkräfte. In Armee in der Demokratie. Zum Spannungsverhältnis von zivilen und militärischen Prinzipien. U vom Hagen, ed. Wiesbaden: VS-Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften. [The unfinished Revolution: Post-national armed forces; published in Army in the Democracy: On the tension between civil and military principles].

2005

4. Leuprecht, C. 2005. Demographic and Ethno-cultural Diversity: Implications for Civil-Military Co-operation.  A E R Woodcock, ed. The Cornwallis Group X: Analysis for New and Emerging Societal Conflicts.  Ottawa: Pearson Peacekeeping Centre, pp. 288-304.

3. Leuprecht, C  and O’Conner, N. 2005. Demographic Change and Federal Systems. In Spatial Aspects of Federative Systems.  G Färber & N Otter, ed. Speyer: Forschungsinstitut für öffentliche Verwaltung, Deutsche Hochschule für Verwaltungswissenschaften.

2. Leuprecht, C. 2005. Demographics and Diversity Issues in Canadian Military Participation. In Challenge and Change in the Military: Gender and Diversity Issues. F C Pinch et al., eds. Kingston: Canadian Forces Leadership Institute, pp. 122-145.

1. Leuprecht, C. 2005. Ethnic demographics: Canada's Force Multiplier. In Choice of Force: Special Operations for Canada. D Last & B Horn, ed. Montreal & Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press, pp. 49-68.

 

Other scholarly publications

2018

Leuprecht, C, Sokolsky, JJ1 Hughes, T and Fisher, K2. Introduction. North American Strategic Defence in the 21st Century: Security and Sovereignty in an Uncertain World. New York: VS Springer.

Leuprecht, C, Sokolsky, JJ1 and Hughes, T. Conclusion. North American Strategic Defence in the 21st Century: Security and Sovereignty in an Uncertain World. New York: VS Springer.

Leuprecht, C, Hataley, T1. and Kölling, M. Introduction. Public Security in Federal Polities. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Leuprecht, C and Kölling, M. Conclusion. Public Security in Federal Polities. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Hataley, T1 and Leuprecht, C. Introduction. Journal of Borderland Studies 33(2). Special Issue on Cooperation among cross-border communities.

 

2017

Leuprecht, C. 2017. “Once Irregular Migrants are at the border, it’s too late,” Inside Policy, March, pp. 12-14.

2016

Leuprecht, C. and Spear, S. 2016. Defending Freedom by Effectively Countering Terrorism. MLI Commentary.

Leuprecht, C. and Haseeb, M. 2016. Was Canada’s Mission in Afghanistan a success?  Legion: Canada’s Military History Magazine. September/October: 49.

2015

von Hlatky, S1. and Leuprecht, C. 2015. Women as Professional Soldiers: Canadian Values on the Front Line.  On Track. 20(2) Fall: 7-10.

Leuprecht, C. 2015. Review of “Security and energy capture” for H-Diplo.

Leuprecht, C. 2015. Facing the Challenges of Violent Extremism. MLI Commentary.

2014

Leuprecht, C. 2014. Policing Costs for Strategic Effect. Public Sector Digest.

2013

Leuprecht, C. 2013. Affluence and Influence as Grand Strategy.The Predicament of Canadianizing European Defence. Atlantisch Perspectief October 37(6): 14-18.

Leuprecht, C. and Goldstone, Jack A2.  2013. Political Demography. E-International Relations.

Caidi, N., Unsworth, K2., Leuprecht, C. and Doty, P2. 2013. In the name of terror? Information and policy in the decade post 9/11. Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 50(1).

2012

Leuprecht, C. 2012. Introduction. In Evolving Transnational Threats and Border Security. Eds. Leuprecht, C, Hataley, T, and Nossal, KR. Kingston: Queen’s Centre for International and Defence Policy, pp. 1-10.  In French translation: Introduction.  In Evolution des menaces transnationales et sécurité frontalière. Eds. Leuprecht, C., T. Hataley and K.R. Nossal. Kingston: Queen’s Centre for International and Defence Policy, pp. 1-12.

Leuprecht, C, and Hataley, T1. 2012. Trends and Discontinuities: Charting a Canadian research agenda. In Evolving Transnational Threats and Border Security. Eds. Leuprecht, C, Hataley, T, and Nossal, KR. Kingston: Queen’s Centre for International and Defence Policy, pp. 109-120.

French translation: Leuprecht, C, and Hataley T1. 2012. Tendances et discontinuités : propositions liées à un programme de recherche canadien.  In Evolution des menaces transnationales et sécurité frontalière. Eds. Leuprecht, C., T. Hataley and K.R. Nossal. Kingston: Queen’s Centre for International and Defence Policy. pp. 125-138.

2011

Leuprecht, C. 2011. Conclusion. In Security Operations in the 21st Century: Perspectives on the Comprehensive Approach. Eds. M. Rostek and P. Gizewski.  Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, pp. 237-247.

Leuprecht, C. 2011. Introduction. In Essential Readings in Canadian Constitutional Politics. Eds. C Leuprecht and P.H. Russell. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, pp. xv-xxiv.

2010

Leuprecht, C and Troy, J. 2010. Taking Allies Seriously: Modest Responses by Modest Countries? In Mission Critical: The Role of Smaller Democracies in Global Stability Operations. Eds. Leuprecht, C, T. Jodok and D. Last. Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press, pp. 1-10.

Leuprecht, C. 2010. Introduction. In Defending Democracy and Securing Diversity, C. Leuprecht, ed. Abingdon: Routledge.

2009

Leuprecht, C. 2009. Guest Editor’s Introductory NoteCommonwealth & Comparative Politics 47(4) November: 343-345.

Leuprecht, C. 2008-2009. Migration as the Demographic Wild Card in Civil Conflict: Mauritius and Fiji. Environmental Change and Security Program Report 13: 34-39.

2008

Leuprecht, C.  2008. Instructor’s Manual and Test Bank, Canadian Politics: Concise Edition (by Rand Dyck), 4th ed. Scarborough: Thomson Nelson, 2008.

2007

Leuprecht, C. 2007. Reforming Security Management: Prospects for the RCMP. Policy Options September 2007: 67-72.

Leuprecht, C.  2007. Serendipity. In Peacemaker 101: Careers Confronting Conflict. Roy Eidelson, Jena Laske, and Lina Cherfas, eds. Philadelphia, PA: Solomon Asch Center for Study of Ethnopolitical Conflict, pp. 295-300.

Leuprecht, C. 2007. Instructor’s Manual and Test Bank, Canadian Politics: Critical Approaches (by Rand Dyck), 7th ed. Scarborough: Thomson Nelson.

Manuscripts and Reports

2018

11. Leuprecht, C and Mcnorton, H. 2018. C-22: Bringing Security and Intelligence into Focus: How to Clarify the Roles of Newly Created Accountability Bodies. Ottawa: Macdonald Laurier Institute.

2017 10. Leuprecht, C. 2017. Force 2.0: Fixing the Governance, Leadership, and Structure of the RCMP. Ottawa: Macdonald Laurier Institute. September. (Featured in The Globe and Mail)
2016

9. Leuprecht, C and Breede C1. 2016. Beyond the Movies: The Value Proposition of Canada’s Special Operations Forces. Ottawa: Conference of Defence Associations Institute and Macdonald Laurier Institute.

8. Leuprecht, C. 2016. Smoking Gun: Strategic containment of contraband tobacco and cigarette trafficking in Canada. Ottawa: Macdonald Laurier Institute.

7. O’Halloran, P1, Dizboni, A1, Leuprecht, C, Adelstein, D, Green, A, and Porges, M. 2016. The Terrorism Resourcing Model Applied to Canada. Working Paper.  Waterloo: Canadian Network for Research on Terrorism, Security, and Society (TSAS).

2014

6. Leuprecht, C. 2014. Report to the Yemeni Constitution Drafting Committee providing technical and expert advice on operationalizing Security and Defence in a federal context.  Sana’a: United Nations Office of the Special Advisor on Yemen.

5. Leuprecht, C. 2014. The Blue Line or the Bottom Line of Police Services in Canada: Arresting runaway growth in costs. Ottawa: Macdonald-Laurier Institute.

 

2013

4. Hataley, T1and Leuprecht, C. 2013. Organized Crime Beyond the Border. Ottawa: Macdonald-Laurier Institute, National Security Strategy for Canada Series, no. 5.

3. Norton, S3 and Leuprecht, C. 2013. Canadian Extremist Crime Database: Methodological Primer. Ottawa: Defence Research and Development Canada, Centre for Security Science, Technical Memorandum 2013-004.

2011

2. Leuprecht, C. 2011.  International security strategy: The socio-demographic and economic dawn of a new day. Vienna: Austrian Institute for European and Security Strategy.

1. Leuprecht, C and Winn, C. 2011. What Do Muslim Canadians Want?  The Clash of Interpretations and Public Opinion. Ottawa: Macdonald-Laurier Institute, True North Study Paper.

 

Book reviews

2016 4. Leuprecht, C. 2016. Governing Climate Induced Migration and Displacement. Journal of International Organizations Studies 7(1): 45-47.

2015

3. Leuprecht, C. 2015. European Military Transformation from the Rhine to Afghanistan, by Anthony King. Armed Forces and Society 41(1): 193-195.

2007

2. Leuprecht, C. 2007. Comparative Review of Michael Burgess’ Comparative Federalism: Theory and Practice and Thomas O. Hueglin and Alan Fenna, Comparative Federalism: A Systematic Inquiry in Federations Magazine 6(1) March/April: 7-8.

2005

1. Leuprecht, C. 2005. Review of a Special issue of the Journal of Peace Research on the Demography of Conflict and Violence. In: Environmental Change and Security Program Report 11.  This particular issue of the ECSP Report was named “Best Population Journal” by the Global Media Awards.

Testimony before committees of Parliament

2018 15. Statutory Review of the Proceeds of Crime and Terrorist Financing Act. House of Commons Standing Committee on Finance. 18 April.
2017

14. Bill C-59, An Act Respecting Security Matters. House of Commons Standing Committee on Public Safety and National Security. 7 December.

13. Canada and the Ukraine Crisis.  House of Commons Standing Committee on National Defence. 18 October.

12. Bill C-45, An Act respecting cannabis and to amend the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act, the Criminal Code and other Acts.  House of Commons Standing Committee on Health. 12 September.

11. Bill C-22, An Act to establish the National Security and Intelligence Committee of Parliamentarians. Senate of Canada Standing Committee on National Security and Defence. 12 June.

10. Canada’s National Security Framework. House of Commons Standing Committee on Public Safety and National Security. 13 February.

9. Study on Security Threats Facing Canada.  Senate of Canada Standing Committee on National Security and Defence. 13 February.

2015

8. Bill C-59, An Act to implement certain provisions of the budget. House of Commons Standing Committee on Public Safety and National Security. 28 May.

7. Study on Security Threats Facing Canada. Senate of Canada Standing Committee on National Security and Defence. 4 May.

6. Bill C-51, An Act to enact the Security of Canada Information Sharing Act and the Secure Air Travel Act, to amend the Criminal Code, the Canadian Security Intelligence Service Act and the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act and to make related and consequential amendments to other Acts. Senate of Canada Standing Committee on National Security and Defence. 2 April.

5. Terrorist Financing in Canada and Abroad.  House of Commons Standing Committee on Finance. 31 March.

4. Bill C-44: An Act to Amend the Canadian Security Intelligence Service Act and other Acts.  Senate of Canada Standing Committee on National Security and Defence. 23 March.

3. Bill C-51, An Act to enact the Security of Canada Information Sharing Act and the Secure Air Travel Act, to amend the Criminal Code, the Canadian Security Intelligence Service Act and the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act and to make related and consequential amendments to other Acts. House of Commons Standing Committee on Public Safety and National Security. 23 March.

2014

2. Bill C-44: An Act to Amend the Canadian Security Intelligence Service Act and other Acts.  House of Commons Standing Committee on Public Safety and National Security. 26 November.

2013 1. Economics of Policing/Policing Modernization.  House of Commons Standing Committee on Public Safety and National Security. 4 June.

 

Op-Ed Articles

2016

21. NATO’s Russian strategy must look beyond a Baltic mission.  Globe and Mail. 30 June 2016.

20. What does Ottawa know about the F-35s that the Danes don’t?  Toronto Star. 8 June 2016.

19. Canada Revenue Agency needs a new playbook.  Globe and Mail. 5 May 2016.

18. Is proportional representation a good model for Canada?  Globe and Mail. 19 March 2016.

2015

17. To meet the refugee crisis. National Post. 14 December 2015.

16. Why intelligence fails. Globe and Mail. 25 November 2015.

15. Complacent Canada could face same troubles as France. Sun newspaper syndication. 21 November 2015.

14. A refugee crisis?  The case for a principled response.  Sun newspaper syndication. 10 September 2015.

13. Extremist travellers aren’t about to go away. Globe and Mail, 12 August 2015.

12. Let First Nations Tax Tobacco. Sun newspaper syndication, 21 March 2015.

11. Done right: C-51 can balance freedom and security. The Globe and Mail, 16 March 2015.

10. Read and Vote: Will protect or imperil Canadians. The Globe and Mail, 10 March 2015.

9. Arresting runaway costs in Toronto Police Services, The Toronto Star, 5 Feburary 2015.

2014

8. Canada’s contraband problem is about much more than lost revenue, The Toronto Star, 10 December 2014.

7. Police are pricing themselves out of business, The Sunday Star, 6 April 2014.

6. Jóvenes, radicales e inadaptados La Razón (Spanish daily), 2 February 2014, p. 33.

2013

5. El ‘plan B’ de Hizbulá, La Razón (Spanish daily), 28 December 2013, p. 26.

2011

4. Getting the Message Across, Kingston Whig-Standard, 16 August 2011, p. 5.

2007 3. City-dwellers pay so rural residents can keep their schools, Kingston Whig-Standard, 4 May 2007.
2006 2. The dilemma of dual citizenship, Kingston Whig-Standard, 22 July 2006, p. 7
2005 1. Universities Miss Mark on Funding, The Toronto Star, 7 September 2005, A15

 

Extra-mural Research Funding

TC=Tri-Council Granting Agencies; G=Government; NGO=Non-Governmental Organization; I=Intramural
PI=Principal Investigator; CI=Co-Investigator; C=Collaborator
SSHRC=Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada
RMCC CDARP=Royal Military College Canadian Defence Applied Research Program
DRDC=Defence Research and Development Canada
DSTG=Defence Science and Technology Group (Australia)

Duration

Project Title

Funding Instrument

Type of Grant

Status

Total

Leuprecht Share

2018 Linguistic models of negative attitude language DST G PI $27,434 $27,434

2017-2019

Metrics of Terrorist Financing: Behavioural Patterns and Organizational Networks

SSHRC Terrorism, Security and Society (TSAS) Research Project

TC

PI

$40,000

$40,000

2017-2020

What is so special about Special Forces

RMCC CDARP

I

Co-PI, PI Breede

$15,000

$3,000

2016-2019

The Diversity Effect: Does identity structure Canadian international policy interests?

SSHRC Insight Grant

TC

PI

$121,000

$30,250

2016-2017

Global Financial Networks and Anti-Terrorism Financing Laws

SSHRC Terrorism, Security and Society (TSAS) Research Project grant

TC

PI

$15,000

$15,000

2016-2018

Stabiliser le Mali : les défis de la résolution des conflits

Global Affairs Canada; Centre FrancoPaix, Chaire Raoul Dandurand, Université du Québec à Montréal

G

C

$335,000

$5,274

2017

Making Northern Borders Work

SSHRC Connections Grant

TC

Co-PI

$25,000

$25,000

2016

Defence Engagement Program, NORAD-US Northcom

Department of National Defence

G

PI

$25,000

$25,000

2015-2023

Terrorism, Security, and Society

SSHRC Partnership Grant

TC

C

$2,150,000

$55,000

2015-2017

The Structure of Variation between Organized Crime Offenders and Others

DRDC Canadian Security Safety Program

G

co-PIs: Leuprecht and Skillicorn

$32,850

$32,850

2015-2016

Terrorist Resourcing

Public Safety Canada

G

co-PIs: O’Halloran, Dizboni, Leuprecht

$11,389.36

$11,389.36

2014-2018

Smart Cybersecurity Network

Canadian Tri-Council Network of Centres of Excellence

TC

PI: Benoit Dupont; Leuprecht co-PI: Functional theme – Designing a more resilient digital ecosystem

$1,600,000

$55,000

2014-2020

Borders in Globalization SSHRC Partnership Grant institutional funding match

RMCC CDARP

I

PI

$30,000

$30,000

2014

Arctic Sovereignty and Security - The Military, Professional Development and a Whole of Government Approach

SSHRC
Connection Grant

TC

PI: Heather Nicol; Leuprecht co-PI

$13,000

$13,000

2013-2019

Borders in Globalization (BIG)

SSHRC Partnership Grant

TC

PI: Emmanuel Brunet-Jailly; Leuprecht co-PI: security

$3,980,000

$130,000

2013-2016

Mitigating threats from violent extremist offenders in correctional institutions and communities

DRDC Canadian Security Safety Program

G

PI: Correctional Services Canada; Leuprecht co-PI: data mining and analysis

$768,000

$30,000

2013-2015

Cross-border community collaboration

RMCC Applied Research Program

I

PI

$14,000

$14,000

2013

 

RMCC CDARP

I

PI

$7000

$7000

2012-2014

The Kanishka Network for Research on Terrorism, Security and Society (TSAS)

SSHRC Partnership Development Grant

TC

PI: Dan Hiebert, UBC; Leuprecht collaborator

$1,370,000

$1,000

2012-2014

Collective Efficacy among cross-border communities

SSHRC Insight Development Grant

TC

PI: Todd Hataley, RMCC; Leuprecht Collaborator

$35,041

$15,000

2012-2015

Harnessing 21st Century Skills

DRDC Technology Investment Fund

G

PI: Okros; Leuprecht co-PI

$750,000

$100,000

2011-2017

Total of 7 Queen’s University Undergraduate Summer Student Research Fellowships awarded

Students: Courtney Briggs (2012); Andrew Aulthouse (2013); Scott Mason (2013); Ken Hall (2014) Alex Green (2015); Lauren Craik (2016); Benjamin Pulver (2017)

Queen’s University

I

PI

$6,000 each

$42,000

2011-2013

Public Safety in Federal Systems

Gimenez Abad Foundation & Forum of Federations

NGO

PI

$50,000

$50,000

2011-2014

National Security Data Initiative: Enhancing the Canadian evidence base for policy and operations

DRDC Chemical, Biological, Nuclear, Radiological, Explosives Counter Terrorism Research Initiative (CBRNE-CRTI)

G

PI: Public Safety Canada

Leuprecht Expert Scientific Advisor

$1,310,000

$65,000

2011

Workshop grant: Transnational Threats and Border Integrity

SSHRC in collaboration with Public Safety Canada, the Canada Border Services Agency, the Canadian Security Intelligence Service, and the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade.

TC & G

PI

$60,000

$60,000

2010-2011

 

RMCC CDARP

I

P

$5,510

$5,510

2009-2010

1. Processes and determinants of shifts from sympathy, to support to engagement in extremism and violence
2. Canadian Terrorism Database

DRDC Centre for Security Science

G

PI

$60,000

$60,000

2009

 

Forum of Federations workshop grant

NGO

PI

$20,000

$20,000

2008-09

Ottawa Survey

US Department of Homeland Security via Centre for the Study of Terrorism And Responses to Terrorism (START), University of Maryland

G

PI: McCauley; Co-PI: Leuprecht

220,000

$200,000

2007-2012

Ethnicity and Democratic Governance

SSHRC Multilateral Collaborative Research Initiative

TC

PI: Kymlicka & McGarry,
Collaborator: Leuprecht

$2,500,000

$1,000

2007-2008

 

RMCC Faculty Research Fund

I

PI

$12,000

$12,000

2003-2008

Public Policy in Municipalities

SSHRC Multilateral Collaborative Research Initiative

TC

PI: Young;
Collaborator: Leuprecht

$2,500,000

$15,000

2003-2005

Federalism and Federations research stipend postdoctoral supplement

SSHRC

TC

PI

$12,000

$12,000

2003-2005

postdoctoral fellowship

SSHRC

TC

PI

$64,000

$64,000

2001-2003

doctoral fellowship

SSHRC

TC

PI

$36,000

$36000

2001-2003

W.C. Wood doctoral fellowship

Queen’s University

I

PI

$40,000

$40,000

Sum totals

 

 

 

 

$6,889,510.00

$1,221,749.36

 

 

 

Graduate Student Supervision and Co-Supervision

Post Doctoral:

PhD:

MA:

MPA:

BA RMCC:

BA Queen’s:

External PhD thesis examiner:

Scholarly and Professional Activities

Leadership Positions

International Sociological Association, President, Research Committee 01: Armed Force & Conflict Resolution (2014-2018)

International Political Science Association, Secretary and Treasurer, Research Committee on Socio-Political Pluralism (RC16) (2000- )

Memberships

Association of Borderland Studies (ABS)

Inter-University Seminar on Armed Forces and Society (IUS)

International Sociological Association, Research Committee 01: Armed Forces and Conflict Resolution (RC01)

European Research Group on Armed Forces and Society

International Studies Association, Political Demography & Geography Section; Canada Section

International Political Science Association, Research Committee 16: Socio-Political Pluralism, Secretary and Treasurer

Editorial Positions

Member, Advisory Board, Springer book series in Advances in Sciences and Technologies for Security Applications (2015- )

Member, Editorial Board, Armed Forces & Society (2016- )

Member, Editorial Board, Eurolimes: Journal of the Institute for Euroregional Studies (2016- )

Member, Editorial Board, Current Sociology, Manuscript Series (2014- )

Member, Editorial Board, Commonwealth & Comparative Politics (2013- )

Associate Editor, McGill-Queen's University Press, Queen's Policy Studies series (2008-2010)

Professional Service

Natural Sciences and Research Council of Canada

Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada: operating role

Executive Member, Canadian Society for Evidence-Based Policing

Member, Scientific Committee, Border Regions in Transition XV (2015-2016)

Security Structure Expert, United Nation’s Office of the Special Advisor on Yemen (2014-2015)

Canadian Political Science Association

Administrative Committees

Royal Military College of Canada

Queen’s University

Canadian Institute for Military and Veterans Health Research

External evaluator, Internal Quality Assurance Process. University of Ottawa (2015)

Subject Matter Expert on assessment of degree program submissions, Ontario Ministry of Training, Universities and Colleges (2011)

Select Conference Presentations

2017

Inductive Modelling from Police RMC Incident Data: Towards a model and theory of co-presence networks.  Illicit Networks Workshop.  Flinders University, 11-12 December 2017

Strategic Implications of Demographic Change for the Canadian Armed Forces.  Canadian defence: theory & policy.  University of Ottawa, 8 December 2017.

The Canada-US Border Effect: Islamist Extremists in Comparative Perspective.  Countering Terrorism at the Borders: Identifying Common Challenges & Solutions.  University of Texas at El Paso, 8-9 June 2017.

2016

Emerging Challenges to Combating Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing. Notre Dame Law School.  South Bend, IN, 29 April 2016.

Are Islamists special?  Nuances in transborder terror networks between Canada and the United States.  Confronting Terror in Canada and the United States: Domestic and International Dimensions.  Fulbright Foundation.  University of Hawaii at Manoa. 24-26 Feb 2016.

Wars Without Beginning or End: Violent Extremist Organizations
and Irregular Warfare in the Sahel-Sahara. EUBorderScapes, Autonomous University of Barcelona, 28-29 January 2016.

 

Service: (Co-)organized Conferences, Workshops, Summer Schools, and Professional Development Courses

2016

Smart Cybersecurity Network conference on intergovernmental and multilevel governance dimensions of cybersecurity in Canada.  Ottawa, 26-27 October 2016

International Sociological Association, Research Committee 01: Armed Forces and Conflict Resolution, interim meeting, Fundação Getulio Vargas, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 25-28 Sep 2016.

Borders in Globalization, Summer Institute on Border Integrity. Ottawa, 6-7 June 2016.

Border Regions in Transition (BRIT) XV, 17-20 May 2016, Hamburg, Germany and Sonderborg, Denmark.

Criminal Intelligence, Information-Sharing und Joint Task Forces: The Canadian Perspective. Delmenhorst, Germany, 9 May 2016.

NORAD Workshop. Colorado Springs, USA, 28-31 March 2016.

2015

Security Sector Reform. Ukrainian National Defence University, Kiev, 9-13 March 2015.

2014

Arctic Security: Whole of Government Professional Development workshop, Canadian Defence Academy and Trent University, 5-7 May 2014.

2012

Public Security in Federal Systems. Gimenez Abad Foundation, Zaragoza, Spain, 6-7 November 2012.

Summer School on North American Integration and Border Relations: Security Stakes at the Canada-U.S. Border, Université de Sherbrooke, École de politique appliquée, 20-24 August 2012.

Public Security in Federal Systems. Authors workshop. Forum of Federations, Ottawa, 22 March 2012.

2011

Evolving Transnational Security Threats and Border Security Issues.  Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, Public Safety Canada, Canadian Border Services Agency, Canadian Security Intelligence Service, Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade.  Ottawa, 27 June 2011.

Non-proliferation workshop.  Community of Interest.  Global Futures Forum.  Swedish National Defence College, 15-16 June 2011.

2010

Red teaming – decision-making support workshop. Swedish National Defence College, 11 November 2010.

2009

Security in Federal Systems: Canada, Mexico, and the United States. Yale University (in collaboration with the Forum of Federations). 9 November 2009.

New Missions -- New Challenges II: The EU and Canada's new international-peacekeeping and crisis-management operations. Queen's University and Royal Military College of Canada, Kingston. 30 October 2009.

Security: The Canada-US border. Yale University (in collaboration with the Canadian Consulate General, New York City). 8 October 2009.

New Missions -- New Challenges: The EU and Canada's new international-peacekeeping and crisis-management operations. Swedish National Defence College (in cooperation with the Austrian Institute for European and Security Policy), Stockholm. 22 June 2009.

Sustainable Governance of Uncertainty: Comparing State Responses to Demographic Change, Climate Change, the International Health Accord on Pandemics, and the Financial Crisis. Woodrow Wilson Center and Bertelsmann Foundation, Washington, DC. 21 May 2009.

11th National Metropolis Conference. Workshops organized on "Research Methods on Pathways to Radicalization and Violent Extremism" and "Evidence on Radicalization: What we actually know". Calgary, 19-22 Mar 2009.

2007

Defending Democracy: Accommodating Diversity in the Security Sector, Queen's Centre for International Relations and Centre for Security, Armed Forces, and Society, Royal Military College of Canada, 1-3 Nov 2007.

The Federal Idea: A Conference in honour of Ronald L. Watts, Institute of Intergovernmental Relations, Queen's University, 18-20 Oct 2007.

Dialogue on Diversity in Canada's Armed Forces, Queen's University Chair of Defence Management Studies, 19-20 Apr 2007.

2006

Fiscal Relations and the Future of Canada, Institute of Intergovernmental Relations, School of Policy Studies, Queen's University, 28-29 Sep 2006.

2005

Cities in Multilevel Government Systems: Lessons from Abroad, Toronto, 14-15 October 2005..

2004

Canadian Federalism and National Security: Intergovernmental and Comparative Perspectives, Kingston, 19-20 November 2004.

Select Plenary and Invited Talks

2017

Fixing the Governance, Leadership, and Structure of the RCMP. Canadian Association of Police Governance. 21 December 2017.

Human Factors in Cybersecurity.  Cyber Security Centre, Conference Board of Canada.  Toronto. 24 October 2017.

Demographics of Defence: Why Canada needs its military colleges now more than ever.  Cowan Research Excellence Prize lecture.  11 October 2017.

Social Network Analysis of Cross-Border Traffic by Armed Non-State Actors in North-West Africa.  World Customs Organization.  Tunisia, 26-28 September 2017.

Demographic Trends of Global Security. Griffiths University Asia Institute and Centre for Governance and Public Policy. 8 September 2017.

Social Network Analysis of violent extremist groups in North-West Africa.  Graduate Centre in Governance and International Affairs, University of Queensland. 7 September 2017.

Beyond Walls – bringing cyber security back to the future.  Australian Institute of International Affairs – Queensland. 7 September 2017.

Prospects and Challenges of NATO’s Enhanced Forward Presence in Baltic States and Poland.  NATO – from Warsaw to Brussels.  Future of the Alliance and the Enhanced Forward Presence.  Panel Discussion.  Riga, Latvia. 16 June 2017.

Policing Services in Canada: What are the Issues and Challenges Facing Their Sustainability?  New Era of Public Safety and Security workshop.  Ottawa.  1 June 2017.

Trends in Terrorist Financing.  University of New South Wales.  7 May 2017.

Demographic Trends of International Security.  Australian National University.  5 May 2017.

Online Fraud.  Smart Cybersecurity Network workshop. Montreal.  26-27 April 2017.

Political Demography of Canada’s Profession of Arms.  Culture and Diversity in the Canadian Armed Forces.  Balsillie School of International Affairs, Waterloo.  12-13 April 2017.

Beyond the Castle Model of Cybersecurity.  Flinders University, Adelaide, Australia.  23 March 2017.

Reviewing Canadian Defence Policy.  Canadian Defence Association Institute annual conference.  Shaw Centre, Ottawa.  16 February 2017.

2016

Meeting the New Security Threats to Canada’s Allies in Europe.  Rideau Club, Ottawa, 17 November 2016.

Overview of Global Peace and Security Challenges.  Annual General Meeting of the NATO Treaty Association of Canada, 11 October 2016.

Borders in Globalization. Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul.  Porto Alegre, Brazil, 22 September 2016.

Violent Extremism Course, Ontario Provincial Police, 13 September 2016.

Military Internationalization and Globalization. Swedish National Defence Academy. 27-28 June 2016.

Illicit Transnational Networks.  Queen’s Alumni Association Dinner.  Toronto, 15 June 2016.

Political Demography and Security Implications.  Symposium on Demographic Changes & Consequences.  Canadian Forces College & Raoul-Dandurand Chair, Université du Québec à Montréal. 9 June 2016.

New Applications of Network Science: Transnational terrorist organizations as a case study.  Hamburg Academy of Sciences, 27 May 2016.

Six Packs and Fighter Aircraft: Canada, the F-35, and Lessons for Denmark. University of Copenhagen: Centre for Military Studies, 23 May 2016.

Migration – What can Germany learn from Canada?  Wirtschaftsrat.  Bremen, 9 May 2016.

Transnational Illicit Networks.  University of Bremen, 3 May 2016.

Probus Club of Kingston. 13 April 2016.

Conflict & Intervention: Scanning the Demographic Horizon.  Führungsakademie der Bundeswehr. Hamburg-Blankenese. 11-12 March 2016.

Cyber Risk and Cyber Security.  Conference Board of Canada. Ottawa, ON, 10-11 Feb 2016.

Transnational Illicit Networks: Why bad guys cross borders and what to do about it. Hanse-Wissenschaftkolleg Fellow Lecture, 27 January 2016.

The demographics of intervention(ism): Canadian foreign policy in comparative perspective.  JFK Institute for North America Studies, Free University Berlin, 19 January 2016.

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