Hristijan Ivanovski

Published single-author works:

"CSIS, CSE & CFINTCOM: The Pearls of Canada’s Security and Intelligence Establishment." iAffairs Canada, May 2019.

"Macedonia’s Next President: Legitimizing or Helping Reverse the State’s Anticipated Doom?" iAffairs Canada, February 2019.

"The 'Israel to the Jews' Act: National Defence by Other Means (Part II)." iAffairs Canada, September 10, 2018.


“F-35 Lightning II, Expensive and Powerful: Another Perspective on the Superior ‘Toy.’” Shield (Skopje: Ministry of Defence of the Republic of Macedonia), October 2011: 38-40.

“From Iraq to Libya: Explaining the Conceptual Matrix of Western (Neo-) Interventionism." Contemporary Macedonian Defence 12, no.23 (December 2012): 113-27. (peer-reviewed)

“Preserve the NATO Tale: More than Interests, More than Values, More than Community.” Atlantic Initiative. Berlin, February 26, 2012. (position paper on the prospects of the transatlantic values and community prepared in the lead-up to the May 2012 Chicago Summit; reported on by Macedonian Information Agency on March 13, 2012,

“Saving Our Normative Community: NATO’s Public Diplomacy and Beyond.” Atlantic Initiative. Berlin, February 26, 2012.  (shortlisted by editors as part of the 2012 competition "Your Ideas, Your NATO")

“The Article-Six Dilemma on the Road to Zero: Admit the Sin, Leave the Trivial, and Get Closer to Nil.” In Report on the 2011-12 Graduate Research Awards Debates for Disarmament, Arms Control and Non-proliferation, 18-27. The Simons Foundation and DFAIT. Ottawa, ON/Vancouver, BC: the Simons Foundation and DFAIT, 2012.,%20Arms%20Control%20and%20Non-Proliferation_3.pdf. (position paper on the role and implementation of Article VI of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) in light of the new abolitionist momentum; presented as a winning piece at the March 2012 Ottawa debates, the closing event of the 2011-2012 Graduate Research Awards for DACN)

“The Balkan ‘Power-Shift Syndrome:’ Avoiding a ‘Grey Zone’ or a ‘New Berlin Wall’ in the (Western) Balkans.” Atlantic Initiative, Berlin, November 13, 2013.

 "The Macedonia-Greece Dispute/Difference over the Name Issue: Mitigating the Inherently Unsolvable," New Balkan Politics, no.14 (Winter 2013/2014): 48-80. or (peer-reviewed)

“Trends in Contemporary Western Military Intervention: The Libyan Model.” Contemporary Macedonian Defence. Coming soon. (peer-reviewed)

“West Point: The Cradle of US Military Strategy II, A Source of Army Culture and Global Leadership.” Shield, April 2012: 41-4.

“West Point: The Cradle of US Military Strategy I, Beginnings.” Shield, March 2012: 47-9.


CDSS Participation in Q/A Sessions with Senior NATO Leaders:

Q/A Session with Adrian Kendry, NATO Senior Defence Economist. Topic: "Security despite Austerity." December 18, 2012.  

Q/A Session with James Appathurai, NATO Deputy Assistant Secretary General for Political Affairs and Security Policy. Topic: NATO's Global Partnerships in the Aftermath of the Arab Spring. March 8, 2012. and

Q/A Session with Oana Lungesku, NATO Spokesperson. Topic: EU/CSDP-NATO Relations and the Importance of this Partnership to European Defence. December 4, 2013.


Other contributions:

“Addressing Verification Dilemmas in the Dawn of Nuclear Renaissance: An Extended Focus on (Potential) Non-Compliance.” (unpublished paper on the future of the IAEA’s safeguards verification role; shortlisted by DFAIT and the Simons Foundation in phase two of the 2011-2012 Graduate Research Awards for DACN)                 

 “Towards Virtual Disarmament: Addressing Gaps in the Promise.” (unpublished paper on the future of nuclear strategy; shortlisted by DFAIT and the Simons Foundation in phase one of the 2011-2012 Gradate Research Awards for DACN)                                                                      

Arms Control and Proliferation Roundtable. Policy Paper on US Nuclear Strategy. 2011 (63rd) Conference on US Affairs (SCUSA).West Point, New York, November 5, 2011. (published in the online version of the Undergraduate Journal of Social Sciences).