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    June 20, 2019

    Queen's In The News Thursday, June 20, 2019

    Expert Faculty/Department Media Outlets
    Fernanda De Felice
    • Health Sciences
    • School of Medicine
    • Psychiatry
    • Centres and Services
    • Office of the VP (Research)
    • Centre for Neuroscience Studies
    CBC Radio: Slowing the progress of Alzheimer's Disease
    Dr. De Felice says her research could slow the process of the disease.
    Detomasi, David
    • Smith School of Business
    Globe and Mail: Calm down over Brexit
    Professor Detomasi says he thinks Britain’s main problem with Europe has been the appearance of being subservient to EU rules.
    Mabee, Warren
    • Arts and Science
    • Geography and Planning
    • School of Policy Studies
    Radio Canada International: Major pipeline project approved
    Dr. Mabee says that with no legal or protest impediments, the earliest completion date would be about 18 months from now, but with challenges and/or protests, possibly double that time frame.
    Nossal, Kim
    • Arts and Science
    • Political Studies
    • School of Policy Studies
    CKWS/Global Kingston: Trudeau government struggles to balance human rights push with bid for security council seat
    Dr. Nossal says Clerk of the Privy Council Ian Shugart is doing his due diligence by noting for the record that in an environment where the key supporter of human rights — the U.S. — has gone MIA.
    Rose, Jonathan
    • Arts and Science
    • Political Studies
    Hill Times: Early third-party advertising ‘unintended consequence’ of fixed election dates,
    Dr. Rose says these kinds of digital campaigns are cheaper, more effective (since they reach ‘friends’ with whom you’re more likely to share political ideology) and have the patina of populism.

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