Right-wing populism in Canada has changed. It used to be a libertarian response to Quebec nationalism. Now it is standing at the doors of Parliament…
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Graduates entering international affairs in the early 2020s have the opportunity to move beyond the repeated policy failures of the post-Cold War…
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The capacity of the Canadian state has eroded constantly for thirty years, and it has left the country’s institutions unable to deal with a global…
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Reactions to Quebec’s law banning religious symbols in the public sector are a reminder that Quebec and the rest of Canada have differing conceptions of…
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As the COVID pandemic potentially ends, Canada and the United States are drifting apart, both politically and culturally.
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Gabriel Boric’s election in Chile brings the post-Pinochet era to an end
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The idea that there is no empirical fact, just self-interested opinion, has its roots in postmodernist philosophy.
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The passage of Bill 96 and the renewed sovereignty talk are about ensuring a crushing majority for François Legault in the October election
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Australian republicans' problem is that their constitutional monarchy works well
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Germany's new "traffic light" coalition government
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Crown vs. Republic“No matter how silly the idea of having a queen might be to us as Americans, we must be gracious and considerate hosts.” -- Frank Drebin, The Na…
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Why I Write This newsletter will not be a running commentary on the news, Rather, it will be an ongoing series of commentaries on the subjects I research. O…
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