The Political Bouillon is an independent and non-partisan inter-university journal of political analysis.
Founded in 2011 by former McGill student Isabelle Sokolnicka, the Political Bouillon showcases the work of university students from McGill University, Concordia University, Université de Montréal (UdeM) and Université du Québec à Montreal (UQAM) – reason why the journal is bilingual.
The Political Bouillon has grown exponentially since its creation: what once was a group of five writers, today is a team of over forty-five members working on a variety of content, including photo essays, videos, cartoons, interviews and written analysis.
The journal gives a voice to the approach of Youth to current events, and foments intellectual dialogue amongst the different parties. We welcome all viewpoints and encourage respectful dialogue.
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