Hosting Refugees Does Not Increase Conflict Risk—Instead, It May Reduce It, Prof. Yang-Yang Zhou research finds
In their American Political Science Review article, Prof. Yang-Yang Zhou and Andrew Shaver investigate a commonly held assumption within academic and policy circles: the presence of refugees in host countries increases the likelihood of domestic conflict.
Prof. Gerald Baier says chances are high Canada will have an October election
"It’s kind of the country's worst-kept secret,” said Prof. Gerald Baier. “When you're a minority government, the chance that you can turn that into a majority, even a squeaky majority, is almost too hard to resist.”