Faculty of Arts news
McGill's new Institute for the Study of International Development to launch with a conference on the future of development
On March 23 and 24, the new McGill Institute for the Study of International Development (ISID), which will absorb The Centre for Developing Area Studies (CDAS), will host a conference to flesh out ideas that will yield new perspectives on the future of Canada’s role in working with developing nations.
As the dust settles following the terrorist attacks in Mumbai, tension mounts between nuclear neighbors India and Pakistan. The following McGill expert will generally be available over the coming days to discuss the attacks and their aftermath:
The following McGill experts will be available over the coming days, including the weekend, to discuss the political and constitutional implications of a vote against Finance Minister Jim Flaherty's economic update, and the prospect of another federal election or, alternately, a coalition government named by Gov.-Gen. Michaëlle Jean.
As the December 8 Québec election approaches, the party leaders are preparing to tomorrow evening's televised debate. The following McGill experts will be available today and tomorrow to discuss what the party leaders must do to be successful, and share their reactions to the debate.
The following McGill experts are available today for comment on yesterday's victory by Barack Obama in the U.S. presidential election, and its significance in the United States and Canada: