Anessa Kimball is Associate Professor of political science at Laval University. She is also director of the Centre sécurité internationale (CSI) of the École supérieure des études internationales (ETI), co-director of the Canadian Defence and Security Network (CDSN) and fellow at the Defence & Security Foresight Group (North American Team). She received her Ph.D. in Political Science from State University of New York – Binghamton. Her research focuses on foreign and domestic policy, defence and security, US foreign policy, international cooperation and defence economics. She has published in academic journals such as International Journal and Journal of Peace Research.
- US Foreign Policy
- Defence Economics
- International Cooperation
- Anessa L. Kimball, “What Canada could learn from US defence procurement: Issues, best practices, and recommendations,” University of Calgary’s School of Public Policy Research Papers 8:17 (2015).
- Anessa L Kimball, “Future uncertainty, strategic defense, and North American defense cooperation: Rational institutionalist arguments pragmatically suggest NORAD’s adaptation over replacement,” in North American strategic defense in the 21st Century (Springer-Verlag, 2018).
- Anessa L. Kimball, “Understanding the Legalization of Canadian-US Defence and Security Arrangements, 1955-2005,” International Journal 72:3 (2017): 380-400.
- Anessa L. Kimball, “Knocking NATO: Strategic and institutional challenges risk the future of Europe’s seven-decade long cold peace,” University of Calgary’s School of Public Policy Research Papers 12:36 (2019): 1-25.