The Economist Magazine explores the role of think tanks in the George Bush Administration
A major U.S. study concludes the most successful native reserves have effective sovereignty over their own affairs.
Major U.S. study shows that reserve communities that have higher levels of economic health tend to be those that have higher degrees of effective sovereignty.
‘Sustainable development’ is a term that has been around for about 30 years. Over that time it has been interpreted in a variety of ways, ranging from the sensible to the slippery to the downright dangerous.
On March 6, 1997, in the annual state-of-Russia address to the Federal Assembly, President Boris Yeltsin outlined a package of reforms that some Russian observers called a second economic revolution.
Locally elected school boards have occupied centre stage in the provision of education in Canada from the inception of public schools. But are they really necessary?
It sounds like heresy to say so, but maybe the consolidation of the five boroughs into the City of New York, whose 100th anniversary we celebrate this month, wasn’t such a good idea.
Not that long ago, centralized economies were all the rage. Jawaharlal Nehru, India’s first Prime Minister, said it best: “The idea of planning and a planned society is accepted now in varying degrees by everyone.” He then led his country through a generation of economic stagnation