Trouble in the Middle: American-Chinese Business Relations, Culture, Conflict, and Ethics

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By Steven P. Feldman Western businesspeople face a dilemma. China’s growing role in international business means it is nearly impossible not to do business in...

Inequality Trends and Their Determinants: Latin America over the Period 1990–2010

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By Giovanni Andrea Cornia For at least the last quarter of the twentieth century, Latin America has suffered from low growth, rising inequality, and frequent...

Health and Sustainability in the Canadian Food System: advocacy and opportunity for civil...

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By Rod MacRae, Elisabeth Abergel and Mustafa Koc Traditional approaches to food and agriculture policy making in Canada are in question, with the realization that...

The Year of Iran: Tehran’s Challenge to American Hegemony in 2014

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By Flynt Leverett and Hillary Mann Leverett In 1979, Iran shocked the world—and directly confronted America’s hegemonic ambitions in the Middle East—by charting its own...

The Social Theory of Contemporary Capitalism

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By Partha Chatterjee The sociology of capitalism developed by Max Weber and its critique developed by Marxists are unable to account for the transformed structure...

Can Think Tanks Influence Public Opinion and Improve Policy?

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By Andrew Selee Think tanks have sprung up throughout the world, trying to generate ideas and analysis that can be useful in public debate and...

America’s Iran Policy and the Undermining of International Order

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By Flynt Leverett & Hillary Mann Leverett Strategic competition between America and Iran will shape not only the Middle East’s balance of power, but also...

Canadian Foreign Aid Enters the Twenty-First Century

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By Stephen Brown For over 60 years, Western countries have continuously adjusted their foreign aid programs, often responding to changes in the international context (such...

Can Financial Innovations Mitigate Civil and Ethnic Conflict?

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By Saumitra Jha The failure to align the incentives of self-interested groups in favor of beneficial reform is often considered a major cause of civil...

Innovation in Canadian Natural Resource Industries: A System-Based Analysis of Performance, Policy and Emerging...

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By Andrew Sharpe Innovation is an important driver of productivity growth, which in turn is a major source of improvement in living standards. Given the...

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