In this Editor’s Forum, we asked our editors their view on voting: In light of the American elections, its resulting outcry, and its 49% silent, is the vote the best representation of democracy today? Why so?
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Dans la premiere partie d’une serie de trois podcastes sur la politique dans le monde francophone, Charlotte Provost, Megane Visette et Charlotte Le Vay partagent leur perspective sur l’avenir du mouvement souvereigniste au Quebec.
Did social media influence the outcome of the American elections? In light of Google, Facebook & Twitter’s recent policy changes, Charlotte Provost explores the role of the internet in divulging information to the public, and its potential influence on the global community.
Oil, Trump, Brexit: Is it possible to change the way markets react to global political events? Charlotte Provost interviews Yves Guillaume A. Messy, a fintech genius who is seeking to transform international market behaviour.
What are the controversies surrounding the most significant trade deal for Canada since NAFTA? Charlotte Provost and Michele Di Leo analyze the economic consequences of CETA, as well as the political hurdles it must clear.
In 2014, India was the first country to enact a national law on Corporate Social Responsibility. Since then, the public and private sector have been partnering to transform India’s socio-economic landscape – or have they? Charlotte Provost discusses the potential ramifications of legitimizing CSR.
Egypt and the IMF are in the process of finalizing a US$12 billion loan deal. Is the IMF helping to pave the way towards greater prosperity in Egypt, or to greater political instability? Charlotte Provost discusses the potential ramifications of the financial agreement.