Cuba’s Eternal Revolution Through the Prism of Insurgency, Socialism, and Espionage relates much about Cuba’s history that needs to be known, and disabuses readers of the carefully cultivated idea that Cuba has turned into a tropical paradise due to socialism.
So although ESG backlash has resulted in even the likes of Larry Fink, CEO of Blackrock, no longer referring to the contentious acronym, ESG won’t be going away.
Why do anti-Americanism and anti-capitalism go hand in hand?
A Conversation with North Korean Defector Yeonmi Park.
The war in Ukraine is about justice and the future of the West.
Military training does not help fundamentalist countries in the absence of value training, and value training could only work if a large portion of the population became pro-reason and thus pro-individual rights.
The free nations of the world should work together to achieve the highest degree of separation possible between their world and the unfree world.
The biggest dictatorships are members of the Security Council and are allowed to veto any proposals they do not like. Further, the worst human rights violators regularly staff the U. N. Human Rights Council—a major farce.
Norway’s Wealth Tax Is Backfiring. Are Americans Paying Attention?
Advocate and work for a removal of all protective barriers erected by the British government without concern for whether governments in the US and elsewhere follow suit. Were you to pursue a policy of unilateral free trade, you would honor – by following it – Britain’s glorious free-trade tradition.
Italy’s Transport Minister Matteo Salvini called a rapid switch to electric vehicles “suicide” and a “gift” to Chinese industry.
As Americans sift through the Twitter Files and learn the shocking truth about U.S. government involvement in social media moderation, they can take important lessons from Brazil’s recent foray into censorship.
Abruptly decreasing domestic production of fossil fuels and shuttering of coal and nuclear plants have put Europe is an energy crisis exasperated by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and its reduction of energy exports to Europe.
France’s aging nuclear power plants that are keeping the lights and heat on—not wind and solar power that are at the mercy of the weather.
We vastly underappreciate the power of America’s moral sanction.
Europe’s Digital Market Act to regulate “American Big-Tech” ignores that without the efforts and ingenuity of Big Tech, there were no “gates” to keep.
Every year, global climate summits feature a parade of hypocrisy as the world’s elite arrive on private jets to lecture humanity on cutting carbon emissions.
Although Vietnam calls itself a socialist country, the way people here think is more in tune with capitalism than is the case in Europe.
Today, government gorges on trillions of dollars of tax money every year, and still has to borrow a trillion dollars a year on top of all that, which has created a huge national debt.
The Biden administration is offering Iran extraordinary incentives to continue its charade of compliance, enabling Iran to have greater means to support its terror proxies across the Middle East.
Nationalism Is Rising in Poland, and It’s Undermining the Market Reforms That Followed the Fall of Communism
Poland owes its economic success to capitalist reforms—but the current government has stopped privatizations and is pursuing a policy of redistribution.
In a free market, there is a tendency toward the establishment of a uniform price for the same good throughout the world.
Freeing up the labor market by making it easier for employers to hire and fire workers would reduce the gap between temporary and permanent work.
Bad energy decisions in Germany are yielding bad results for Germans. Americans should be aware that recent government actions here on energy are pointing results in the same direction.