Nbr. 29, June 2011
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- Introducing Inroads 29.
- After the election: what have we wrought? The sun is shining still.
- A system that worked: first-past-the-post brought the change that voters were looking for.
- The Great Recession [of the left].
- The Christian right, Israel and Stephen Harper.
- Quebec's $7-a-day daycare: doubts about the doubts.
- WikiLeaks: freedom of information hero or anarchist wrecker?
- The Inroads listserv's campaign diary: selected and edited from the Inroads listserv by Bob Chodos.
- New players on the international scene: an introduction by Henry Milner.
- Mario Vargas Llosa and the end of authoritarian regimes.
- The Beijing consensus: China has astonished the world, but is the dragon as formidable as it looks?
- The treason of the intellectuals--again.
- Transformation, continuity and diffusion: South Africa's foreign policy under Thabo Mbeki and Jacob Zuma.
- Rebranding the oil sands: without concrete action, efforts to portray Canada as a clean energy superpower are likely to fail.
- CIDA, governance and Muhammad Yunus.
- Quebec's quiet revolution, 50 years later.
- Politics, new style: are two nontraditional campaigns harbingers of change or momentary hiccups?
- Al Qaeda challenge, American response: international realities have dictated continuity between the Bush and Obama administrations.
- An establishment answer to Canadian declinism.
- That doleful October, 40 years later--1: voices of dissent, in English.
- That doleful October, 40 years later--2: for Louis Hamelin, Quebec is characterized by its flatness.
- The francophone discovery of Jewish Quebec.