Ronald St. J. Macdonald

International jurist and teacher. After graduating, he began teaching law at Osgoode Hall, Western Ontario, and then University of Toronto, where he was dean of law 1967-72. He then returned to Dalhousie as professor of international law and dean, holding the latter post until 1979. He served as arbitrator in the Republic of Cyprus 1974-78,…

Annette Baker Fox

American international relations scholar, who spent much of her career at Columbia University‘s Institute of War and Peace Studies. She was a pioneer in the academic study of small powers and middle powers and the books and articles she wrote on that subject are highly regarded in the field. She was director of the institute’s…

William H. Barton

William H. Barton is retired from a notable career with the Department of External Affairs, which spanned over thirty years. Barton served in the R.A.F. and was seconded to External Affairs in 1952. With the Ministry, he assumed several senior positions both in Canada and abroad, including Under-Secretary of State for External Affairs in 1970,…

Prof. David M. L. Farr

Professor David Farr was appointed to Carleton University‚Äôs Department of History in 1947, and has held numerous positions, including Dean of Arts and Professor Emeritus. Throughout his academic career, Professor Farr was the recipient of a plethora of awards and has been actively involved with various university groups, such as the Carleton University Press Committee…