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Alain Deneault

Alain Deneault
Alain Deneault was born in the Outaouais region of Quebec. His interests lie in nineteenth-century German and twentieth-century French philosophy, as well as the work of Georg Simmel. Deneault’s research and writing practices are diverse and often collaborative, focusing on how international financial and legal agreements increasingly foster the interests of “stateless” transnational corporations over those of nation states and the interests of their human communities.
Fred A. Reed
International journalist and award-winning literary translator Fred A. Reed is also a respected specialist on politics and religion in the Middle East. After several years as a librarian and trade union activist at the Montreal Gazette, Reed began reporting from Islamic Iran in 1984, visiting the Islamic Republic thirty times since then. He has also reported extensively on Middle Eastern affairs for La Presse, CBC Radio-Canada and Le Devoir. Reed is a three-time winner of the Governor General’s Award for translation.

Robin Philpot
Montreal-based author and translator Robin Philpot attained degrees in history and literature from the University of Toronto, taught English and History in Africa, and returned to Canada to pursue a career in Quebec politics. He sparked public controversy with the on-line release of his book, Rwanda 1994: Colonialism Dies Hard.

Books by this Author
Canada: A New Tax Haven

Canada: A New Tax Haven

How the Country That Shaped Caribbean Tax Havens is Becoming One Itself
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Canada: A New Tax Haven ebook

Canada: A New Tax Haven ebook

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Imperial Canada Inc.

Imperial Canada Inc.

Legal Haven of Choice for the World's Mining Industries
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tagged : economics
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Mediocracy

Mediocracy

The Politics of the Extreme Centre
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Paul Martin & Companies

Paul Martin & Companies

Sixty Theses on the Nature of Alegal Nature of Tax
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tagged : globalization
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