Decades long liberalization in the Netherlands has created a wide division between capital owners and working class dependents. The failure to recognize the importance to regulate the housing market comes at a high price.
Praised for his integrity, Florida governor Ron Dion Desantis is the ultimate example of a stubborn but capable leader, the ex-Navy SEAL adviser is the dreamed Republican candidate for the 2024 elections.
Over the last few decades labor union enrollment declined significantly which has deteriorated the strength of unions in a globalizing world where large multinationals gained power over the middle and working class.
Biden’s proposal for higher capital gains tax is one of the first plans by the President to tax the rich more in order to be able to afford large governmental spending programmes of trillions of dollars.
In this article The Golden Investor argues that warlords, despite their infamous name, are the best providers of certainty in fragile countries like Afghanistan during shifts of the common authority in the nation.
In a country which has known many foreign intruders playing a dominant but controversial role in politics the state-building process becomes a very fragile and sensitive topic. Afghanistan has evolved in the sandbox for foreign states looking to shape the Middle-East. Corrupt and extractive institutions have digged their own pit in the graveyard of empires. At the same time the Taliban used the growing anger and disillusion of the Afghan people in the hope for improvement in the scattered nation.
Previous President of The United States, Donald Trump, has fulfilled at least one of his campaign promises: The gradual withdrawal of troops out of Afghanistan. Firstly, I will examine the considerations that led to the American counterinsurgency (COIN) in Afghanistan. Then, I will show that over the years the fight has turned into a seemingly lost cause without an end. Donald Trump may be dubbed the worst president in history, however, his decision making is undoubtedly of an assertive and prompt level.
In this article Dan Mitchell examines some results under the Trump Presidency and evaluates Trump’s best year yet. The numbers look good, but there are some pitfalls to them.