Nbr. 46, January 2020
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- Introducing Inroads 46.
- Can the British muddle through? Populism and the Brexit challenge.
- If Israel is to change, it will be up to the Palestinians.
- Germany's admirable honesty about its national history.
- Two genders, many--or none? How continued use of the concept of gender holds all of us back.
- The different understandings of Quebec's secularism law: Selected and edited from the Inroads listserv.
- The worthwhile Canadian election.
- Canada fiddles while California burns.
- Who's on first? Is there a "modern convention" for minority governments?
- Five regions, multiple stories: Election reports from across Canada.
- Liberal resilience in a hyperlocal region.
- The return of the Bloc is a mandate for autonomy, not sovereignty.
- Andrew Scheer couldn't shake Doug Ford.
- Justin Trudeau's enduring challenge.
- The Green breakthrough that didn't happen.
- British Labour looks out at the world: From the independence of India to Brexit.
- Belgian standoff: Last May's election has left Belgium's political system polarized and fragmented.
- The Czech Republic's crisis of liberal democracy escalates.
- Resetting Canada's approach to China: A measured and principled strategy will benefit everyone.
- A historic moment or a mere bump in the road? New Brunswick's minority government a year into its mandate.
- The myth of Quebec's control over immigration.
- Medically assisted dying: New challenges: A court decision reopens the debate.
- Power and places.
- Why the state needs the nation.
- The Russians and Donald Trump: Despite useful observations, Timothy Snyder's new book ultimately disappoints.