Mathieu Landriault obtained his doctorate from the University of Ottawa in 2013. He currently teaches at the School of Political Studies at the University of Ottawa as well as at the School of Conflict Studies at Saint Paul University. He is also director of the Observatory for Arctic Policy and Security (OPSA), associate researcher at the Interuniversity Research Center on International Relations of Canada and Quebec (CIRRICQ) and researcher with the Defense Network and North American and Arctic Security (RDSNAA). His research interests focus on the analysis of media and public opinion in Canada, particularly in the context of arctic security and Canadian foreign policy. His work has been published in numerous scholarly journals in addition to two books published in 2020 by Routledge.
- Canadian Foreign Policy
- Arctic Security
- Media Analysis
- Mathieu Landriault, Andrew Chater, P.Whitney Lackenbauer & Elana Wilson Rowe, Governing Complexity in Arctic Governance (Routledge, 2020).
- Mathieu Landriault, Media, Security and Sovereignty in the Canadian Arctic, from the Manhattan to the Crystal Serenity (Routledge, 2020).
- Mathieu Landriault, “Opening a new ocean – Arctic Ocean fisheries regime as a (potential) turning point for Canada’s Arctic policy,” International Journal 73:1 (2018): 158-165.
- Mathieu Landriault & Paul Minard, “Does standing up for sovereignty pay off politically? Arctic military announcements and governing party support in Canada from 2006 to 2014,” International Journal 71:1 (2016): 41-61.
- Mathieu Landriault, “Does Voting End at the Water’s Edge? Canadian Public Opinion and Voter Intentions, 2006-2015,” Canadian Foreign Policy Journal 22:3 (2016): 249-261.
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