Nbr. 37, June - June 2015
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- Introducing Inroads 37.
- The Tories' 'big idea'.
- The devil and Stephen Harper.
- Dying later, dying differently, dying when we want.
- The false hope of direct democracy.
- Responding to the Paris attacks: selected and edited from the Inroads listserv.
- The strange case of the missing Aboriginal women.
- What will October bring?
- Federal election 2015: the leaders, the issues and the unknowns.
- Electoral reform: here's the evidence, Mr. Trudeau: the alternative vote is not a significant improvement over what we have now.
- Europe: beset by extremes.
- Three dissidents from the Maghreb.
- The Paris attacks were foreseeable events.
- The Jonah syndrome: what remains for 'Arab' intellectuals after the Charlie Hebdo events?
- Two worlds that can never understand each other.
- Podemos and Spain's new political landscape.
- The radical left Syriza in power: will it change Greece--and Europe?
- Pruning the uncared-for olive grove.
- Russia's ecumenical jihadist: who is Aleksandr Dugin and why is he saying all these terrible things about the West?
- How Hollywood sold its soul to the comic book fanboy.
- A robust champion of France's populist right.
- A country squeezed between heaven and earth.
- Immigration in the ideal--and in the real world.
- Garth Stevenson's long, broad view of diversity.
- Silencing Canada's independent voices.
- How Hollywood has influenced politics.