March 2005

  • Aid First

    A review of The Charity of Nations: Humanitarian Action in a Calculating World, by Ian Smillie and Larry Minear
  • A Nationalist Giant

    A review of Pierre Berton’s Prisoners of the North
  • Foreign Policy: The Youth Version

    A review of From Middle to Model Power: Recharging Canada’s Role in the World, by David Eaves

  • An Embryonic Debate

    An essay on stem cell research
  • When Neighbours Kill

    A review of Night Justice: The True Story of the Black Donnellys, by Peter Edwards
  • maintenance

    A poem
  • Wishes

    A poem
  • Unsettling

    A poem
  • Dark Sunshine

    A review of Robert McGill’s The Mysteries
  • From Baguette to Bust

    A review of Woman in Bronze, by Antanas Sileika
  • Uncooling the Counter-Culture

    A review of The Rebel Sell: Why the Culture Can’t Be Jammed, by Joseph Heath and Andrew Potter
  • “With Us or with the Terrorists”

    A review of Frank P. Harvey’s Smoke and Mirrors: Globalized Terrorism and the Illusion of Multilateral Security
  • Redressing Injustice

    An excerpt from Redress: Inside the Japanese Canadian Call for Justice
  • The Invisible War

    A review of Carol Off ’s The Ghosts of Medak Pocket: The Story of Canada’s Secret War
  • Steeltown Magnolia

    A review of Worth Fighting For, by Sheila Copps

Chris Barry

Chris Barry is a graduate of the Ontario College of Art and Design, where he studied illustration for four years. He works mainly in mixed media but is recently exploring using pen and ink, and has done graphic design work for a number of small companies. More of his work is available at <>.