[The piece was written in July 2020, but is published here – without any changes – for the first time. Today’s events in the world make the topic of this discussion particularly relevant.] Neo-conservatism, generally defined as an approach
Take our advanced 20 question quiz designed to test knowledge of the basics of Canada’s political and electoral systems. The quiz consists of three levels of questions and a bonus level, starting with a few simple ones and ending with
“Though Islam steadily spread throughout Iran with time, the indigenous population refused any other form of assimilation. The Sasanian Empire lost the battle, but won the war.” When Islam appeared, the world was old. Two great superpowers – Iran and
This is an abridged version of a longer article recently published by the Canadian Tax Foundation in (2020) 1:2 Perspectives on Tax Law & Policy. The full article can be accessed here. Canada’s corporate tax system is not designed to
Mark Lilla wrote a great article for the New York Times in May 2020 entitled “No One Know What’s Going To Happen”. If you haven’t read it, I strongly suggest you do. During this pandemic period, there is a lot
By Denis Tsarev and Sabrina Zuniga Many undemocratic governments around the world are using the current pandemic to increase their powers and to crackdown on people’s freedoms. Thinking that the international community is too preoccupied with fighting the pandemic in
#OnThisDayInHistory in 1948, Democratic People’s Republic of Korea was established by Moscow’s appointee Kim Il-Sung to the North of the 38th parallel on the Korean Peninsula. After Korea was liberated from the Japanese by the Allies in August 1945, the country
#OnThisDayInHistory in 1991, the parliament of the USSR (the Supreme Soviet), suspended all activities of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union (CPSU), putting an end to the Communist rule in the USSR. The collapse of the Communist dictatorship was a
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