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The Tsilhqot’in decision and the future of British Columbia

Ken Coates and Gordon Gibson debate the economic impact of the Supreme Court’s Tsilhqot’in decision [Issue 36, 2015]
by Gordon Gibson
 

 
 
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South Africa’s foreign policy under Thabo Mbeki and Jacob Zuma

There was a widely held assumption that after the replacement of Thabo Mbeki by Jacob Zuma there would be a change in South Africa’s foreign policy. But this assumption has not held true. [From Inroads 29, 2011]
by Chris Landsberg
 

 

 
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A new green China?

An introduction by Henry Milner on Issue 24's section on China [From Inroads 24, 2009]
by Henry Milner
 

 
 
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Technology and environmental sensitivity

A visit to Zhejiang Wanli, a new university built by private investors on public land [From Inroads 24, 2009]
by Jon Gottschall
 

 

 
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China’s growing orbit

Cambodia and Nepal are harbingers of Beijing’s emerging influence [From Inroads 24, 2009]
by Dominic Cardy
 

 
 
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A work in progress

It is almost 15 years since the African National Congress took power in South Africa – a good time to look back and assess accomplishments and prospects. [From Inroads 23, 2008]
by Robert Cohen
 

 

 
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Thinking North America

What exactly does it mean to be a North American? Europeans have been engaged in a long-running debate about the meaning and nature of Europe. [From Inroads 23, 2008]
by Philip Resnick
 

 
 
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Linking with the world

Reports describe the People’s Republic of China as a human beehive in a rush to catch up with Western modernity. [From Inroads 24, 2009]
by Donald Cuccioletta
 

 

 
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Overcoming Bangladesh’s democratic deficit

The Rajshahi lecture [Inroads 17, 2005]
by Owen Lippert
 

 
 
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All I really need to know about corruption I learned in Glace Bay

Federal transfer payments to have-not regions offer Canadians a close-to-home example of how aid dollars, in their billions, can disappear into flawed megaprojects or the pockets of provincial elites. [Inroads 17, 2005]
by Dominic Cardy
 

 

 
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The case for realism in aid policy

Intro to the section on development policy in Inroads 17 [Inroads 17, 2005]
by John Richards
 

 
 
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An interview with Lee Kuan Yew

Lee Kuan Yew stepped down as Singapore Prime Minister in 1990, but still wields enormous influence in the Cabinet Room where the interview took place ... [First published in 1993.]
by Frank Koller