Madelaine Drohan

LRC Contributor

Madelaine Drohan is Canada correspondent for The Economist and author of Does Serious Journalism Have a Future in Canada?, a report written when she was a 2015 Prime Ministers of Canada fellow at the Public Policy Forum.

Articles by Madelaine Drohan

  • A Niche for Mainstream Journalism (July 2016)
    Are journalists helping to create bad public policy?
  • Wolverine Diplomacy (January–February 2015)
    A review of Brave New Canada: Meeting the Challenge of a Changing World, by Derek H. Burney and Fen Osler Hampson, and Joining Empire: The Political Economy of the New Canadian Foreign Policy, by Jerome Klassen
  • A Homegrown Morality Tale (January–February 2005)
    A review of Wrong Way: The Fall of Conrad Black, by Jacquie McNish and Sinclair Stewart, Here Be Dragons: Telling Tales of People, Passion and Power, by Peter C. Newman, Shades of Black: Conrad Black—His Rise and Fall, by Richard Siklos, and Lord Black: The Biography, by George Tombs
  • Broken Promises (December 2005)
    A review of Race Against Time by Stephen Lewis
  • Spending Like There’s No Tomorrow (January–February 2013)
    Why don’t Canadians save more of their resource wealth?
  • Blood and Treasure (December 2012)
    A review of Wars of Plunder: Conflicts, Profits and the Politics of Resources, by Philippe Le Billon.
  • Canada As Colonial Power (January–February 2011)
    A review of Todd Gordon’s Imperialist Canada
  • Letting Us Off the Hook (January–February 2009)
    A review of The Poverty of Corrupt Nations, by Roy Cullen
  • Of Terrorists and Money Laundering (September 2007)
    A review of Satanic Purses: Money, Myth and Misinformation in the War on Terror, by R.T. Naylor, and Money Laundering in Canada: Chasing Dirty and Dangerous Dollars, by Margaret E. Beare and Stephen Schneider