South America

Ley Bases: Milei’s New Monetary Regime for Argentina

Argentina needs a monetary regime whose survival depends as little as possible on domestic politics.

The IMF in Brazil: The Emperor Has No Clothes!

I'm not sure what's more infuriating: witnessing Brazil's drawn out slow-motion crash and burn after an endless string of stupid policies over the past year; the sudden breakdown in devaluative stupidity; or enduring the lame economic analysis that ensued in the days...

Panama and the Canal: Children of American Imperialism and Socialism

Panama and the Canal: Children of American Imperialism and Socialism

And now at the end of the 20th century, when the world is turning away from socialism and the idea of government planning, has the United States even suggested the privatization of one of its largest socialist enterprises? No. Instead, the U.S. government will completely transfer state ownership of the canal to the Panamanian government in the year 2000. Such is the conduct of the global bulwark of capitalism.

On the Edge of Hyperinflation in Brazil

On the Edge of Hyperinflation in Brazil

Brazil is a vast country, larger than the continental United States. It is rich in resources and human talent (like America, Brazil is a land of immigrants of various backgrounds and nationalities). If left free and unshackled from government intrusion it could easily become an economic giant in the span of one generation.

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