Nbr. 42, January 2018
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- Introducing Inroads 42.
- Trumpites beyond Trump.
- Perpetuating darkness.
- Documents of civilization, documents of barbarism.
- Can China and America avoid Thucydides's trap?
- Game of chicken: Strong leadership is needed to end the Catalonia crisis.
- A muted triumph for Czech populism: There is no imminent threat to the country's democratic institutions.
- British Columbia is Candide, cultivating its garden.
- John Horgan's Site C problem: His government faces a difficult decision, but there is a strategy it can purse.
- Gregory Baum 1923-2017.
- Third time lucky? British Columbians prepare to vote on electoral reform in 2018.
- Quebec's childcare program at 20: How it has done, and what the rest of Canada can learn.
- British Labour: From election success to Brexit conundrum.
- Theresa May's losing gamble: Reading the tea leaves of the U.K. election result.
- Do politicians keep their election promises--and does it matter?
- A visit to Yasukuni.
- From Athens to Ottawa.
- The end of Peak TV?
- Class cluelessness and the new populism.
- #Weimar: A critical guide to the murky corners of the internet that helped produce Trump.
- Postmodernism with Russian characteristics.
- A good novel, not a didactic tract.
- Beyond Quebec stereotypes: Two stories of integration from leaders of the future.