Arctic Sovereignty Expert Evaluator

Dr. Rob Huebert
Associate Director, Centre for Military and Strategic Studies
Department of Political Science
University of Calgary
rhuebert@ucalgary.ca

Photo of Rob HuebertRob Huebert is an Associate Professor in the Department of Political Science at the University of Calgary. He is also the Associate Director of CMSS. Dr. Huebert has taught at Memorial University, Dalhousie University, and the University of Manitoba. His research interests include international relations, strategic studies, the Law of the Sea, maritime affairs, Canadian foreign and defence policy, and circumpolar relations. For more information: http://cmss.ucalgary.ca/people/huebert

Recent publications include Breaking Ice: Renewable Resource and Ocean management in the Canadian North (Calgary: University of Calgary Press, 2005); "The Law of the Sea and the Arctic: An Unfulfilled Legacy", in Chircop, Aldo, et al, eds. Ocean Yearbook. (University of Chicago Press, 2004); "New Challenges to Canadian Arctic Security and Sovereignty" The Canadian North: Embracing Change: The CRIC Papers 6. (Montreal: Centre for Research and Information on Canada, June 2002). pp 30-35; "Climate Change and Canadian Sovereignty in the Northwest Passage" Isuma: Canadian Journal of Policy Research. vol. 2, no. 4 (Winter 2001): pp 86-94; "Article 234 and Marine Pollution Jurisdiction in the Arctic," in Elferink, Alex and Donald Rothwell, eds. The Law of the Sea and Polar Delimitation and Jurisdiction. (UK: Kluwar, 2001). pp. 249-267; "The Arctic Environmental Protection Strategy, Arctic Council and Multilateral Environmental Initiative: Tinkering while the Arctic Marine Environment Totters," in Elferink, Alex and Donald Rothwell, eds. The Law of the Sea and Polar Delimitation and Jurisdiction. (UK: Kluwar, 2001). pp 225-248; and "A Northern Foreign Policy: The Politics of Ad Hocery," in Michaud, Nelson and Kim Nossal, eds. Diplomatic Departures: The Conservative Era in Canadian Foreign Policy, 1984-93. (Vancouver: UBC Press, 2001). pp 84-99.