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Will China Rule The World?

Some of the blogs I read have this idea that China is going to rule the world.  They cite the AIIB (Asia Infrastructure Investment Bank), and the Silk Road development and the sea route part of the Silk Road, and all the investment that china is doing around the world.   1,938 more words

The German Doctrine of Ordoliberalism

Ordoliberalism is an branch of classical liberalism that developed during the time of the Nazi party. They didn’t agree with the planned economies of Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union. 209 more words

Economic Systems

Colonialism equals delusions of grandeur

Colonialism, as we spoke about in our previous blog, is closely related to Imperialism or even interchangeable. Robert J. C. Young says that Imperialism is the concept while Colonialism is the practise. 1,499 more words


What Is A Gift Economy and How Can It Reduce Waste?

Today is your lucky day! Today you’re getting an economics lesson.

Most of us remember (hopefully) what the different kinds of economic systems are from high school economics classes: traditional, market, command and mixed. 803 more words


The Age of Euphemism: Claiming Religious Liberty as Latest Victim

Apparently Indiana broke the Interwebs by passing legislation which some are calling an “anti-gay law”. Opponents of the law have taken to Twitter, social media, and banner carried by blimp to declare that anyone who cares about religious liberty is, in fact, a “bigot” and “hater” who has no right drawing oxygen or consuming resources on our planet. 760 more words

Age Of Euphemism

Agriculture Development in Nepal

I have always pondered about why farmers, who are tasked to feed the world, would often be less fortunate than other people. Oftentimes, we would observe that they are the ones struggling with their financial situation. 581 more words


Scarcity; Why Having Too Little Means So Much

It’s been awhile since I’ve done a book review. Probably because I have a 3 1/2 year old and a 6-month old, which doesn’t leave a lot of time for reading (for pleasure, anyway). 246 more words

Sociopolitical Systems