Only a year and a half ago the final report of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) captured the attention of Canadians with horrific...Read More Rage or reconciliation?
In a recent Policy Options article, Will Jennings and Martin Lodge, two British political scientists, lament the state of the global political science discipline,...Read More Reports of political science’s death have been greatly exaggerated
In late December there was some chatter online that a Canadian fighting with the People’s Protection Units (YPG), a Kurdish group in northern Syria,...Read More Stronger position needed on former soldiers joining Kurdish fighters
A surge of populism has swept up global politics, but populism isn’t a new phenomenon. Not even close. During antiquity, the Greeks worried about...Read More Fighting populism by understanding perceptions
Something incredible happened in October when I represented Canada’s youth at the annual World Bank/International Monetary Fund meeting in Washington. The heads of the...Read More Trumpism and the economic failure of neoliberalism
Perhaps the most remarkable feature of the debate on electoral reform is how quickly it’s made its way to the top of the national...Read More Electoral reform is a solution to the wrong problem