Journal of Political Inquiry

A Leaderless Movement: Gordon Brown on Globalization

Published October 12, 2016 on the Journal of Political Inquiry | By Clare Church The room was filled with an impatient buzz. Students and faculty looked around, both admiring their surroundings and hoping to get a glimpse of the world leader who would speak in only a few short minutes. Five journalists in the third… Continue reading A Leaderless Movement: Gordon Brown on Globalization

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One in Three Native American Women Report Rape – Rarely See Justice

Published June 20, 2016 on the Journal of Political Inquiry | By Clare Church In April, Joseph Dean Lee was sentenced to 9 years in federal prison for sexually assaulting a Native American woman on the Fort Peck Reservation in Montana. Although Lee will serve time in prison, often those who rape Native American women… Continue reading One in Three Native American Women Report Rape – Rarely See Justice

Journal of Political Inquiry

So you want to move to Canada, eh?

Published March 7, 2016 on the Journal of Political Inquiry | By Clare Church Well, well, well. How the tables have turned. It was only last month that I was still getting a constant barrage of “You’re Canadian?! That’s so cute!” or “You say ‘about’ funny!” or even better, “Is Canada even a real country?”… Continue reading So you want to move to Canada, eh?

Journal of Political Inquiry

What the sponsors of the Global Citizen Conference forgot to mention

Published October 5, 2016 on the Journal of Political Inquiry | By Clare Church 60,000 fans waved their smartphones in the air as Beyoncé joined Eddie Vedder to close the Global Citizen Conference last weekend in New York with Bob Marley’s “Redemption Song.” What the socially-conscious fans probably didn’t know is that to supply the minerals… Continue reading What the sponsors of the Global Citizen Conference forgot to mention