Current Issue 55|Summer / Fall 2024

Issue 55:

The Summer/Fall 2024 issue of Inroads features reports on three countries on the cusp of change: Argentina, where the new President, Javier Milei, has begun a radical program of shrinking the state’s presence in the economy; Haiti, where an international security force led by Kenya may help bring pervasive gang violence under control; and the United Kingdom, where an almost certain Labour victory in the July 4 election will mark an end to 14 years of sometimes chaotic Tory rule. Turning to Canada, Inroads writers cast a critical eye on the Trudeau government’s actions in two policy areas where it has introduced profound change: immigration and the creation of a third, Indigenous, order of government. Other articles look at the impact of digital technologies on election campaigns, the late Cree writer Harold Johnson, distrust of science, and the Gaza war.

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