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A Civilizing Influence
Tariq Ali's Islam Quintet paints a softer face on the historical interactions between Muslims and the West
by Charles Foran
How global warming will melt our glaciers, empty the Great Lakes, force Canada to divert rivers, build dams, and, yes, sell water to the United States
by Chris Wood
Betting on Separation
How speculation on the Quebec referendum nearly ended in financial disaster
by Christina Campbell
Were Mozart and Einstein special, or did they just work hard?
by Dan Falk
Iran's Quiet Revolution
As the standoff with the United States heats up, Iranians are united on nuclear policy, but little else
by Deborah Campbell
The United States is drawing a military noose around China, and India is glad to help. But is anyone considering the possible consequence?
by Gwynne Dyer
Arsenal of Illusion
Hollywood know-how is helping to create new kinds of military weapons that target the brain--but not with a bullet
by Jake MacDonald
The Rising Fall of the American Empire
Republican Imperialism has left the US divided. Can a United Nations initiative save America from itself?
by James Laxer
The Separatist Curve Ball
How the Bloc Québécois cornered federalism
by Joan Bryden
Curators call it the lost museum.
by Joshua Knelman
Suburbia's Last Stand
A Government Plan to End the Middle-class Dream
by Larry Frolick
A Gentle Revolution
B.C Natives Face Down the Government, Big Business and Their Own Chief
by Monte Paulsen
Revenge Of The Small
After a lifetime of two-party rule in Ottawa, the little guys are finally winning
by Paul Adams
Will CANDU Do?
The black sheep of the world's nuclear-reactor family struggles to compete
by Paul Webster
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