Nbr. 38, January - January 2016
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- Introducing Inroads 38.
- Harper's way was fear and hatred.
- Thoughts inspired by Aylan Kurdi.
- Imperial Russia redux and the crisis of Ukraine.
- Recovered memories need to be taken seriously: a response to Patrik Ohberg.
- Greek tragedy--or farce? Selected and edited from the Inroads listserv.
- Tales of the long campaign: the Liberals succeeded, the NDP failed and the Conservatives scored an own goal.
- The niqab time bomb.
- Climate change policy: will love prevail?
- The end of the deficit taboo: the economic logic and political perils of Justin Trudeau's promise.
- Beware the conventional wisdom.
- Electoral reform, the power of the PMO and Justin Trudeau.
- Proportional representation: what would it look like?
- How do you solve a problem like the Senate? A parliamentary reform agenda for Prime Minister Trudeau.
- The Corbyn insurgency: British Labour's leadership campaign turned into a revolt against the political establishment.
- Power on the people: Jeremy Corbyn's prescriptions have neither popularity nor merit.
- Taking the long view: trends in the standard of living in central Canada and the United States.
- Integration of Muslim minorities: is it about religion? There is a disconnect between public perception and empirical evidence.
- Multiple realities: Haitians in the Dominican Republic: despite the international outcry, racism and xenophobia are not the driving forces.
- How China does it: meritocracy's challenge to Western democracy.
- The unravelling of Iraq.
- Political philosophy without political institutions: for Ronald Beiner, the real question is about the value of modernity.
- Conrad Black, historian: a Canadian phenomenon explores his country's past.