Nbr. 32, January - January 2013
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- Introducing Inroads 32.
- The Northern Gateway to nowhere.
- How did Netanyahu come to believe he runs the world?
- Harper's axe hits Canadian Studies abroad: the end of the Understanding Canada program reflects changing foreign policy priorities.
- A war for hemp, iron and timber: a response to John R. Grodzinski's "Remembering the War of 1812".
- Social media politics: are the new movements, from Quebec to Wall Street, compatible with representative democracy?
- A generation that is deepening democracy.
- Clash of the centuries: what happened when Quebec's 20th-century government encountered its 21st-century social movement.
- Making policy by e-referendum: should Canada's political system be overhauled to incorporate 21st-century technologies?
- Constituency parliaments: an antidote to the democratic stalemate in Canada.
- Spain's Indignados: for a better representative democracy, and more.
- Tax policy by referendum: British Columbia's unharmonized tax reform.
- An ex-politician's Quebec election blog.
- Language policy without the emotion.
- Obama 2012 versus Obama 2008.
- The Marikana tragedy: South Africa's social contract with its working poor breaks down.
- Energy policy: redirecting the conversation.
- Class, as seen from the right.
- The questions that hard power advocates don't ask.
- Are Muslims a threat?