On Space and Space Law

From private exploration to Mars colonization, how can international space law work hand-in-hand with technological innovation to ensure space development remains a collaborative, interdisciplinary endeavour? How are McGill student and…
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Javeria

In our continuing coverage of Sunday's Grande Manifestation contre la haine et le racisme, Montreal native Javeria spoke to MIR about her opposition to Bill 62 and the fight for a more pluralist Québécois(e) identity Directed & Edited…
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Manon Massé

At Montréal's Grande Manifestation contre la haine et le racisme this past Sunday, MIR had a chance to speak with Manon Massé, a Member of the National Assembly and Co-Spokesperson of Québec solidaire Directed & Edited by Carlo Mole…
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What is MIR?

Liked our promo video? Want to find out more about MIR? Discover how the online publication has grown since its inception in 2013 and what lies ahead for us! Directed by Carlo Mole Edited by Patrick Beacham Audio by Harry Turner…
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Julius Grey on Inequality

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TvjfAE4uGVs&feature=youtu.be MIR is pleased to present the next video in our ongoing series, Multiculturalism in the Age of Trump: Julius Grey, renowned civil rights lawyer and former McGill Law…
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The Party-People Divide

After watching mainstream media coverage of the recent U.S. midterm elections, anyone with even a cursory knowledge of politics was likely convinced of two things: (1) The Democratic Party is in turmoil and (2) Republicans capitalised on…
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The Burmese Experiment

To paraphrase Rudyard Kipling, Burma is quite unlike any place you know about.1 The country has a tumultuous history, from its first unification in 1057, as the Pagan Kingdom, to its romanticized period as a British colony, to its current…
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