Charles Burton, associate professor of Political Science, did two interviews about the death of North Korean dictator Kim Jong-il.
- “Dictator’s death met with concern in Niagara” published in the Niagara Falls Review on Dec. 19
- an interview in Mandarin on the leadership succession in North Korea on Radio Canada International on Dec. 19 (Hear the interview here. It starts about seven minutes in after the news.)
Charles Burton also did an interview with Ezra Levant about China’s property bubble and revisions to China’s criminal procedures law broadcast on Sun TV “The Source” Dec. 13.
John Sainsbury, History professor, wrote “In the afterglow, a balanced view of empire” for the Globe and Mail on Dec. 15.
Andrea Doucet, professor of Sociology and Women’s Studies, was mentioned in the Huffington Post article “Fathers: Equal In Marriage But Not In Divorce?” on Dec. 14.
Lisa Barrow, assistant professor in the Faculty of Business, wrote the column “Anti-bullying legislation a step in the right direction, but will it be enough?” in the Niagara Falls Review on Dec. 12.