The Political Scientist, an online media organization, was founded “to participate in the raging discourse of the supremacy of political civility over disingenuous and unserious undertakings of the political minnows to deliberately obfuscate our focus.” This is the motivating principle of this platform to duly inform its readers through sound and logical analysis of the politics of governments.
The Political Scientist offers critical insights on the decision-making processes in government, the mechanism of governance, the political behavior of public officials, the role and use of power and the impact of public policies on society. In doing so, we do not subscribe to a particular ideology, neither left, right or centrist, recognizing that the best analysis are those that are not beholden to ideological parameters, rather penned through objective lens with the facts as our guide rail.
Our contributors are mostly political scientists and other social scientists from across North America and other parts of the world who are passionate about global events and seek to provide analysis or in some cases, opinions. Opinions do not necessarily reflect those of The Political Scientist. While The Political Scientist has its roots in Canada, its focus is global, and includes all geographical areas of North America, Caribbean, South America, Europe, Africa, Asia including the Middle East and Australia. However, with Canada being our home country, we pay close attention and provide up-to-the-minute coverage of Canadian politics, policies and the processes of governments at all levels.