2007.07

July/August 2007

"Money changes all the iron rules into rubber bands."
- Ryszard Kapuscinski

Big Ticket

Big Ticket

ACT ONE and ACT TWO
Extraction
Canada started as a rough-and-tumble company, but is the march of progress now killing the country?
Bob Dylan Goes Tubing
NMA nominee: Humour
In Paris with Mavis Gallant, Writer
Cowboy Camp
Novelist Guy Vanderhaeghe saddles up
Charisma
Do we want our political leaders to be sexy and playful, or are we content with being bored?
The Very Strange Case of Hussein Ali Sumaida
A double agent for Saddam’s notorious Mukhabarat and Israel’s Mossad has returned to Canada. How did he get here? Did Canada once deliver him into torture? And has Sumaida finally found sanctuary?
A Gallery of Love Songs, Illustrated
“In the museums of the future, there had better be a place reserved for the mix tape”
Dreaming a New Myth
A lost jungle cave reveals a secret
Moneybags
Today’s super-wealthy are as rich as Rockefeller, but will they be as generous?
Generation WWW
3D Vision
Can Canada reconcile its defence, diplomacy, and development objectives in Afghanistan?
The Principles of Exile
July/August 2007 Bibliographies
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The Counterpart
July/August 2007
Canada & its place in the world. Published by
the non-profit charitable Walrus Foundation
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