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Vision India : Growth & Sustainable Environment

Another milestone is reached by India, that to way beyond estimates in terms of GDP growth. This figure shows that India has suppressed china in their race to become “Asian superpower”. 336 more words


Notes on “Anatomy of the State” by Murray Rothbard

I love books about economics and government! It’s probably a sign of mental illness and sometimes creates a lot of stress, obviously. I’ve read a lot of Murray Rothbard essays and I’ve always liked how much sense he makes. 1,312 more words


Ecco con chi dovranno vedersela i viziati studenti europei!

Chinese Students Climb 2,500-Foot Bamboo Ladder to Get Home From School… Children wearing their school backpacks climb on a cliff using a bamboo ladder on their way home from school in Zhaojue county… The 72 families who live there are members of the Yi minority group and subsist mainly by farming potatoes, walnuts and chili peppers…Good news. 10 more words


Understanding Neoliberalism

Neoliberalism became kind of a big deal in politics from the 1970s onwards. Being propagated by economists at the University of Chicago before being tested in Latin America, Thatcher and Reagan brought it to the world stage. 734 more words


Why cities rule the world

Cities are the the 21st century’s dominant form of civilization — and they’re where humanity’s struggle for survival will take place. Robert Muggah and Benjamin Barber spell out the possibilities. 913 more words

We Humans

What I wish the Uni professors taught me

Four years have passed since I began my University studies and I am delighted to say it did not interfere with my education. Over the years I have voiced a fair amounts of criticism directed at the courses I had to attend. 817 more words

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