January 26, 2015

International

An unrequited love

International

Leaving the Muslim world behind

Economy

YOUNG AND CARLESS

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International

An unrequited love

Muslim immigrants may love France, but many understand the country doesn't love them back. In the polarizing fallout of the Paris attacks, a strange logic is emerging.

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International

Leaving the Muslim world behind

As the world enters a golden age, Islamic nations are in decline, and with each new terror attack are pushed farther into isolation.

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Economy

YOUNG AND CARLESS

The auto industry has yet to find a way to get young people driving again

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MACLEAN'S BACK PAGES

The happiest Grammys

Forget Islamic State, Ukraine, Ebola. For music awards, it’s the year of relentless optimism.

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This Week

LETTERS

I am a recently retired secondary school teacher, and I have become convinced that the education system has to know as much as possible about brain development (“Inside your teenager’s scary brain,” Society, Jan. 12). I believe that teaching teens this material can only help them to be more “mindful” of their own development.
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This Week

THE INTERVIEW

Ambassador Deborah Lyons on corruption and investment in Afghanistan, the country's new president, and critics who dismiss Canada’s military effort there

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National

SELLING A LIBERAL ECONOMY

Justin Trudeau has gathered his economic policy gurus. Next up: an actual platform.

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Society

CLOUD OF DEMENTIA

With Alzheimer’s in his family, Jay Ingram’s search for answers is both professional and personal

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International

Islamist's won’t kill free speech-we will

It ÍS difficult not to be intemperate in the face of nine murdered journalists, two murdered policemen and a janitor, lying in pools of blood in Paris, the City of Lights: the cold, calculated killing spree a response to journalism that was displeasing.

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Economy

RICH AND READY TO TAKE RISKS

Women are breaking into the male-dominated world of angel investing

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