Category: economic freedom

Economic Freedom Best Path to Women’s Equality, Empowerment

Women’s battle for equal rights under the law has progressed significantly in a number of countries, but many other nations still have much room for… Read More

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America’s Aim in Indo-Pacific Should Be to Advance Economic Freedom

The Indo-Pacific has become an increasingly more dynamic and critical part of the world’s foreign-policy chess board. It’s home to at least five of the… Read More

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How Chinese ‘Corrosive Capital’ is Influencing Foreign Governments

It’s no secret that the Chinese Communist Party has been looking to increase Beijing’s influence throughout the world, and a worrisome development in recent years… Read More

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New C5+1 Commitment Highlights the Importance of Central Asia to the United States

The five-year old C5+1—forum that connects the five Central Asian nations, Kazakhstan, the Kyrgyz Republic, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan, and the United States—has become a… Read More

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Ensuring Competition Requires Economic Freedom, Not an Executive Order

President Joe Biden’s July 9 executive order, “Promoting Competition in the American Economy,” states: “The American promise of a broad and sustained prosperity depends on… Read More

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Marking a Milestone With Manila: 75 Years of US-Philippines Relations

The United States and the Philippines will celebrate two important milestones in their bilateral relationship this year. Last weekend marked the 75th anniversary of the… Read More

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Cuban Protests Are Reminders of Communism’s Evils—and of Why America Is Land of Hope

What’s ruined Cuba isn’t the coronavirus. The lethal virus of communism did. Massive protests erupted in Cuba over the weekend. Cubans, in dozens of cities,… Read More

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Biden Response to Cuba Protests Is Disappointingly Weak, Florida Senators Say

The demonstrations in Cuba present a major opportunity for the United States and other democracies around the world, Sen. Rick Scott, R-Fla., says. Bringing freedom… Read More

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Long-Suffering Cuban People Yearn for Economic Freedom

Thousands of Cubans have taken to the streets, demanding greater economic freedom and an end to the country’s socialist dictatorship.  The rallies, quite notable for… Read More

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Economist Sowell’s Long March From Marxism to Free Markets—With a Little Help From His Friends Friedman and Hayek

The following is the second of three excerpts from Jason Riley’s new book, “Maverick: A Biography of Thomas Sowell,” about the iconoclastic economist. The book… Read More

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