Lessons from history are a big theme in today’s blog post as we look at the Iranian protests and the 1962 Cuban missile crisis while continuing to grapple with western intransigence in negotiating a just peace in Ukraine.
Tag Archives: democracy
Nukes, war, democracy and hope?
Today we assess the risk of nuclear use in Ukraine, examine potential democratic gains in Africa, the Middle East, and even the USA versus some negative trends at both the federal and provincial level in Canada.
Revitalized Canadian journalism essential for democracy
A new Public Policy Forum report proposes concrete, practical measures to level the playing field between Canadian media and foreign digital competitors.
A small boy leads the way
The actions of a small boy at a magazine rack offer a lesson to us all.
Canada MIA on science diplomacy
Conservative government policies have knocked back Canadian science at the time when we need it most.
Impact and longevity in the digital era
Nick Dagostino and Amanda Coletta discuss the significance and impact of digital tools utilized in social campaigns.