Nbr. 24, January 2009
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- Introducing Inroads 24.
- Ask a silly question, get a silly answer.
- Buying trust with trillions.
- Artists of the world, unite! or, La complainte du phoque en Alaska.
- Monitoring the campaigns.
- Canada's inconclusive--but maybe significant--election.
- For Stephane Dion, it was over before it started.
- What did the polis tell us? How voting intentions evolved: a view from Quebec.
- A new order of things the case for pricing carbon.
- The case for cap-and-trade.
- Canada needs to act on climate change now: an open letter to the leaders of Canada's federal political parties.
- Destined for failure? Assessing Canada's current climate policy.
- A missed opportunity? Ideas and the U.S. presidential election of 2008.
- Observing the folks next door: some Canadian reflections.
- An 18th-century electoral system in 21st-century America.
- Voting from abroad.
- The religious test: in presidential politics, not all religions are created equal.
- The evolving landscape of American Christianity.
- Quebec's surprising economic performance: the myth of a lagging Quebec doesn't stand up to the facts.
- A new green China? An introduction by Henry Milner.
- Technology, artistry and environmental sensitivity.
- Linking with the world: international cooperative development in Zhejiang province.
- China's growing orbit: Cambodia and Nepal are harbingers of Beijing's emerging influence.
- Politicians in robes.