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Governments the world over are looking at austerity measures to help battle the financial crisis. Author and Ivy League professor Mark Blyth tells Steve Paikin why he thinks this is a bad idea.

Governments the world over are looking at austerity measures to help battle the financial crisis. Author and Ivy League professor Mark Blyth tells Steve Paikin why he thinks this is a bad idea.

No criminal charges in the financial crisis, and big banks that keep getting bigger. Are we at risk of repeating another financial crisis? The Agenda examines if it's time to break up the big banks.

No criminal charges in the financial crisis, and big banks that keep getting bigger. Are we at risk of repeating another financial crisis? The Agenda examines if it's time to break up the big banks.

Phil Angelides is the former chairman of the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission. He tells Steve Paikin why no one has been prosecuted for involvement in the 2008 financial crisis.

Phil Angelides is the former chairman of the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission. He tells Steve Paikin why no one has been prosecuted for involvement in the 2008 financial crisis.

Ireland was hit hard by the financial crisis, but their government is confident they will exit their bailout program by next year. Irish Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Richard Bruton tells Steve Paikin how that country's exports and jobs strategy is leading Ireland out of debt.

Ireland was hit hard by the financial crisis, but their government is confident they will exit their bailout program by next year. Irish Minister for Jobs, E.

Rise of the New Atheists? The Unbelievers with Richard Dawkins and Lawrence Krauss

As the documentary "The Unbelievers" premieres at Toronto's Hot Docs Festival, two of the men featured in the film: professor Richard Dawkins and physicist Lawrence Krauss sit down with Steve Paikin to tell us why indeed, they don't believe.

Erin Flanagan, oilsands analyst from the Pembina Institute and Andrew Leach, Enbridge Professor of Energy Policy at the University of Alberta join Steve Paikin to discuss the decision, the future of the oilsands, economic impacts and Canada's role as an energy superpower. The Agenda's Story of the Week.

Late last week, the Obama administration announced it would delay its decision on TransCanada's Keystone XL oil pipeline, a proposal that would see b.

Some see America as a very litigious society. It's favorite past-time, baseball, is a rule-laden sport. According to Albany Law School professor Paul Finkelman, this not a coincidence. He sits down with Steve Paikin to discuss the connection between baseball and the law.

Some see America as a very litigious society. It's favorite past-time, baseball, is a rule-laden sport. According to Albany Law School professor Paul Finkelman, this not a coincidence. He sits down with Steve Paikin to discuss the connection between baseball and the law.

University of Toronto professor Mark Kingwell discusses the Jeffersonian view of luck and how it represents the ethos of American individualism.

University of Toronto professor Mark Kingwell discusses the Jeffersonian view of luck and how it represents the ethos of American individualism.

University of Toronto Professor Emeritus Peter Russell challenges the legitimacy of proroguing the legislature. The Agenda brings you the Story of the Week.

University of Toronto Professor Emeritus Peter Russell challenges the legitimacy of proroguing the legislature. The Agenda brings you the Story of the Week.

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