Magazine Archives

November/December 2003
November/December 2003
Paul Webster warns that aid from the G-8 may serve to rearm Russia; Larry Krotz discusses the debate over the opening of the International Criminal Court; Bill Cameron considers the political fallout of the war in Iraq for Tony Blair; Joan Bryden speaks to Jean Chrétien at the end of his long career at the helm of the Liberal party; Deborah Kirshner attends a festival celebrating the gypsy jazz of Django Reinhardt; fiction by David Bezmozgis; and more

October 2003
October 2003
Marci McDonald delves into the background and connections of new PM Paul Martin; André Picher traces the sordid history of the IQ test; Lorraine Spiess scrutinizes the Chinese government’s secretive response to the SARS outbreak; Tony Law photographs modern China’s urban landscapes; Adam Gilders explores a curious German obsession with nineteenth-century Native Americans; and more

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