Nbr. 44, January 2019
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- Introducing Inroads 44.
- Much chaos, little laughter.
- Down the Brexit rabbit hole: Is more democracy the way out of the Mad Hatter's populist tea party?.
- Divided government.
- Will the digital shift save La Presse?
- The Garth Stevenson affair.
- Reports from Europe: The populist threat to European institutions.
- Aftershocks of the Brexit eruption.
- Sweden is still waiting for a new government: The tricky question is whether or not to negotiate with the Swedish Democrats.
- Chile's voters seek the golden mean.
- Ontario's "places that don't matter" send a message: The fault lines dividing the province are getting deeper.
- Where the past is present: Indigenous child welfare and presentism.
- What's the matter with Italy?
- Hungary's Viktor Orban: Populist message, machine methods.
- Turkey's election: A step toward electoral authoritarianism.
- Quebec's new government and the issues it faces.
- A realignment election? October 1 marked a new phase in the splintering of Quebec's party system.
- Indigenous policy in Quebec: Four challenges: Friendly advice for the new minister, Sylvie D'Amours.
- Guaranteed minimum incomes: Are they the answer to poverty? What we can learn from programs in Quebec and elsewhere.
- La Pasionaria.
- Understanding the "somewheres".
- Big-thinking the democratic recession.
- A country illegible even to itself: A serious and honest, but not wholly successful, attempt to explain Putin's Russia.
- A realist approach to Islamism in France.
- Glossary of Islamist organizations.