No EU Passport? Pas de Problème!

In wealthier, more financially-minded circles, the problems presented by international borders and resultant visas have been negated, transforming citizenship into a free market commodity. In much the same way that American healthcare and British rail services are administered, citizenship is…

Ukraine Today: is There Light at the End of a Dark Tunnel?

Whenever I speak to people from abroad, I find that most of them have very similar ideas about the situation in Ukraine. The most common questions that I hear are:  “Is it safe in Kyiv present days?”, “Is your country…

Kenya’s Government Should Leave Betting Firms A lone

African governments are immensely talented at killing efforts by private companies to economically empower young people. These companies offer a platform for young people to acquire skills, develop ideas, interact with seasoned entrepreneurs and grow their star-ups and talents. Most…

Two Years On: the Impact of the Panama Papers on Pakistan

In 2015, the Panama Papers revelation came as a shock to the whole world. The leaked documents revealed the information about the offshore financial assets and companies of politicians, celebrities and government officials everywhere. The revelations triggered mass protests against…

IFLRY Online Meeting on Venezuela

IFLRY Online is IFLRY’s new initiative to allow liberals from all over the world to interact with each other more online.  In that spirit, IFLRY Vice President Nickolas Pagonakis is organising regular online seminars, in which different people in the…

What the Lee Family Dispute Says About Singapore’s Politics

Singapore has been hit by political scandal. Yes, that clean, quiet, stable, protest-free city state; the one that’s supposedly good for business because there’s no political unrest and no independent trade unions. That Singapore. Yet, if you listened to the…

The Holy Fight for St. Isaac’s Cathedral

**Polskie tłumaczenie tego artykułu można znaleźć tutaj: liberte.pl/kosciol-kontra-spoleczenstwo-obywatelskie-swieta-walka-o-sobor-sw-izaaka-w-petersburgu/** It was a cold and misty February morning, when four thousand people of different ages, professions and religions, who did not know each, joined their hands and formed three rings around St.…

How a Small Car Wash Shop Made Brazil Collapse – João Victor Guedes Neto

Before reading this blog post, I recommend spending two minutes at this link from the New York Times. It is a brief description of the corruption scandals in which all the Brazilian presidential line of succession is involved. A list…