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I am very emotionally and intellectually affected by the idea of ‘otherness’- meaning that I find myself unable to champion either a purely South Asian standpoint or a generalized ‘Western’ stance on social issues, especially feminism and it’s relationship with culture. This means that I am perceived as the ‘other’ to people from both worlds. In [...]

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The Ontario election has been characterized by bitter partisan sniping, outrageous grandstanding, and most disturbingly of all, a decidedly cynical and apathetic public. The incumbent Liberal government under Kathleen Wynne, and Dalton McGuinty before her, has been in power for 11 years. Issues of excessive and inefficient government have plagued the administration, and many say that [...]

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One of the great innovations of the United States Constitution, alongside adaptations of federalism and popular sovereignty, was a truer definition of liberty than any western nation knew at that time. The newly formed nation offered a haven from the religious conflicts of the Old World, one where everyone was free to practice their own [...]

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Canada’s Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau made headlines last week when he announced that all potential candidates running for nomination in the Liberal caucus for the 2015 federal election must support pro-choice ideals and policies on abortion. This top-down marching order seems at odds with Trudeau’s earlier announcements on opening candidate nominations in riding associations, as [...]

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Russia’s actions in East Ukraine have ignited a media frenzy. Whispers of a new Cold War are not uncommon, and some even dare to suggest that this crisis represents the unfortunate lead-up to a third world war. While it is far too soon to make such a grandiose claim, the recent crisis has no doubt [...]

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