Fighting Terror

February 10, 2015

Examining Jordan's response to the latest attack from Islamic State. Then, what does a re-militarized Japan mean for the world? And, The Agenda looks the changes in Canada's terror bill.

  Online World, Offline Lives

February 9, 2015

Author Susan Pinker on the impact technology is having on human connectedness. And, Don Tapscott on two decades of "The Digital Economy."

  Big Minds on the Future of Democracies

February 6, 2015

Francis Fukuyama, Ivan Krastev and Alexander Dugin on the state of liberal democracy and why much of Russia is immune to it.

  Big Minds on the Future of Democracies

February 5, 2015

Francis Fukuyama, Alexander Dugin and Ivan Krastev debate the conflicts within and without liberal democracies.

  Funding and Fraud

February 4, 2015

The government chooses what companies they want to subsidize. Is that fair? And, exploring the economic and social costs of fraud.

  Science vs. Anti-Science

February 3, 2015

From creationism to the anti-vaccination movement, The Agenda explores some of the modern rejections of science.

  Breaking Barriers

February 2, 2015

The Agenda explores the government's responsibility to widen opportunities for persons with disabilities.

  Syriza is the Story, And The Agenda's Week in Review

January 30, 2015

It's Your Agenda and your selection for Story of the Week: what Greece's hard-turn left means for Europe. And, from carbon taxes to the food chain, The Agenda's Week in Review.

  Carbon Commitments

January 29, 2015

Ontario has to meet its greenhouse gas emission commitments. Is a carbon tax part of the answer?

  The Global Politics of Cheap Oil

January 28, 2015

The unforeseen plunge in oil prices is affecting various nations in different ways. From oil exporters to importers, domestic politics and regional geopolitics are re-aligning, all over the globe. The Agenda explores these changes.