Weekly Roundup: January 24

One more week at the McGill International Review, with some very good articles.

  • Has Canadian foreign policy lost its way since Lester Pearson and the Suez Crisis? Nicholas D’Ascanio thinks so. Read more about it here. Part two of two.
  • The world is a dangerous place, and for many, human rights is a joke. Yet, enforcement of international law, especially in the area of human rights, is extremely difficult. Can we do more? What are the constraints? New writer Richad Hirani has his take here.
  • A great flood of Romanians and Bulgarians seeking jobs and welfare benefits was expected to enter Britain on January 1. What happened? The results may surprise you.
  • Scott Reid is a pot-legalizing, charity-donating, referendum-holding Conservative MP. What’s up with him, and what does he mean for Canadian politics?

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