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Pax Atlantica

NATO’s long-lasting relevance

The Melmac Years

My peculiar resin d’être

David Eaves

David Eaves is an adjunct professor at the Centre for Digital Media and is frequently asked to write and speak on public policy, open innovation and politics.

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Liberal Baggage

The national party’s greatest burden may be its past success May 2012
It is impossible to understand Peter C. Newman’s When the Gods Changed: The Death of Liberal Canada without knowing the context that surrounds its writing. The original vision was to chronicle the ascension of Michael Ignatieff to the prime minister’s office. In the same way he documented other larger-than-life Canadians, Newman would record Ignatieff’s rise to power as an ordained…