Nbr. 43, June 2018
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- Introducing Inroads 43.
- Why is the Palestinian boycott targeting Palestinians?
- Ireland and Brexit: A game in progress.
- The great Alberta-B.C. bitumen and wine war.
- Electoral reform in British Columbia: A report from the front, except the front is yet to be found.
- Debate: Quebec's ban on face coverings: A guest editorial by Gary Caldwell with responses from the Inroads listserv.
- France: Secular and free.
- Debate: The Trans Mountain pipeline: An introduction by John Richards.
- The B.C.-Alberta pipeline fight could undo our national climate plan.
- Trudeau's Orwellian logic: We reduce emissions by increasing them.
- Pipeline politics.
- What to do with the elephant: The strategic value of the Kinder Morgan project.
- Garth Stevenson, Inroads listerv, February 22, 2018.
- Is Quebec's Action Plan a step toward a guaranteed minimum income? First of two parts.
- Taking children off welfare.
- Constitutions, postdemocracy and poverty in Asia: An introduction by Dominic Cardy.
- Democracy's ebb tide in Southeast Asia.
- Japan's constitutional divide: Why Shinzo Abe is having a hard time changing his country's pacifist constitution.
- Why is South Asia poor? The role of primary education.
- From guerrilla war to government: Now part of the governing coalition, Nepal's Maoists still face tough challenges.
- Only in America: U.S. political institutions have helped put a Trump at the top.
- Millennial Marxists: Are young Americans turning to socialism?
- Old kingdoms and new.
- Speaking truth to power.
- Our home and native mediocre TV: Canada's anemic presence in the international content market.
- The American failure to understand political tribes.
- Lament for a party.