The Canadian Journal of Opinion
Race and politics in post–World War II America
Divergent interpretations from Scandinavia and beyond
The choice of Keir Starmer as leader heralds an end to Corbyn-era volatility
An election in Delhi, a ghost in Denmark, and a school in Bangladesh
The uninformed, the misinformed and the disinformed
Jean Daniel represented the best of what might be called journalism’s golden age
Last May’s election has left Belgium’s political system polarized and fragmented
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Struggles continue between defenders of liberal democracy and their populist foes
From the independence of India to Brexit
Germany remains committed to the idea that memory of past horrors is the best antidote to ever again repeating a dark history
Amidst mounting indifference to their suffering, one thing seems clear: the Palestinians cannot look for help from the international community.
Populism and the Brexit challenge
Written by Olof Kleberg and Richard Murray