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Liberal Interpretations

Making sense of Justin Trudeau and his party

Clock Watching

The nuclear threat lingers still

Spending Power

Can compassion and efficiency be combined in the use of public funds?

Leslie Campbell

Leslie Campbell is senior associate and director of Middle East programs at the Washington-based National Democratic Institute. Before joining NDI he was chief of staff to New Democratic Party leader Audrey McLaughlin and an assistant to Manitoba NDP leader Gary Doer.

Articles by
Leslie Campbell

Split Personality

Is Bob Rae closer to Edmund Burke or to Thomas Paine? January–February 2011

Audacious Undertaking

Naomi Klein is back, and so is the controversy she generates November 2007
One of the most discouraging aspects of modern life is that even the most privileged, the most educated and the most able people sometimes feel hostage to forces greater than themselves. Greedy private sector rip-offs, seemingly unfettered corporate abuse, a rapacious and unforgiving credit industry, unreliable and sloppy service providers, traffic gridlock, vaguely corrupt politicians and day-to-day work pressures conspire to disrupt satisfaction with what could and should be the best of…