Politics

Expert: Leftist former guerrilla and populist outsider head to runoff in Colombia presidential election

Published: 8Jun2022

Colombia’s election will go to a runoff between two opposing anti-establishment candidates on 19 June after voters on Sunday were unable to pick a president outright. Gustavo Petro, a leftist...

Andrew Potter: Self Help for Partisans | The Line

Published: 2Feb2022

February 1, 2022 | Many Canadians look to the state of politics in America and feel better about our own politics. But is "Canadian exceptionalism" a delusion? Andrew Potter outlines three...

Do Deficits Matter Anymore? | The Agenda

Published: 9Nov2021

November 4, 2021 | Governments worldwide have run huge deficits to deal with COVID-19. Should we be about this ballooning debt, or do deficits not matter anymore? Max Bell School director Chris...

Lebanon has a new government. Now what?

Published: 29Sep2021

ISID Professor of Practice Jamal Saghir is interviewed as an expert on Lebanon's new government.  The full interview is available in the link from AUB (American University of Beirut).

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McGill’s Research and Innovation announces publication of Beatty Lecture anthology

Published: 10Sep2021

McGill University’s Research and Innovation announces the publication of With the World to Choose From: Celebrating Seven Decades of the Beatty Lecture at McGill University. This anthology of...

McGill launches Canadian Election Misinformation Project

Published: 24Aug2021

August 19, 2021 | Mis- and dis-information are a growing threat to the integrity of free and fair elections and to the strength of democracies the world over. That is why McGill University and the...

ISID Policy Brief: Key Issues in the Myanmar November 2020 Elections

Published: 4Nov2020

On 8 November 2020, Myanmar will hold its second election since the country’s gradual liberalization began. Despite presenting itself as a force for liberal democracy five years ago, the National...

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