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François Dupeyron’s very personal and haunting 2002 film The Officers’ Ward addresses the horrors of war and the damages that are inflicted on the human spirit
As the April 7 election showed, there are no sure things in Quebec politics
Figures show that fear of a referendum was
the dominant factor in the Quebec election
A Canadian play and a Palestinian film offer similar insights about war
In recent years, a number of journalists have published books on Canadian politics. Some are forgettable, some quite good, but one stands out from all the others
CBC radio and the decline of public broadcasting [From Inroads 22, 2008]
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Inroads columnist Reg Whitaker writes about Obama's message and whether it is truly heard or drowned out by partisan rhetoric.
Economists have not had a good war. In the battle over how to understand and respond to the recent financial crisis and recession, few have emerged covered in glory and medals.
Why the Liberals should maintain their commitment to environmental innovation despite the party’s October rout.
Ignatieff has distanced himself from the coalition. As he should, argues Janice MacKinnon.
The enigma of Stephen Harper is quite the opposite: hidden depths, concealed agendas, complex contradictions. There are any number of Harpers that flash by, and they simply do not add up. [From Inroads 22, 2008]
A mode of thinking in Western culture that wears disguises and creeps into political thought and speech and into our daily lives. [From Inroads 22, 2008]