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In Honor of Steven Horwitz

At Freedom Today Network, we want to share our condolences for the passing of the great Steven Horwitz, someone who we had the pleasure to meet, collaborate with, and consider a friend.

On Sunday morning, after a tireless fight against cancer, our friend Steven passed away. When we heard the news, we could not avoid feeling the emptiness and sorrow, feelings that are shared by everyone who met Steven and knew about his innate kindness. 

Is Colombia at Risk?

Since forever, Latin America has been in a perpetual state of political turmoil and social unrest. The consequences of this are multiple.

Let's Globalize Our People

“What I propose is to make universal what today belongs to a privileged minority. Let’s empower our people, by giving them not only the access but also the necessary tools to join the globalized world and, therefore, the process of economic development.”

Is Chile’s Golden Era Finished?

Since Chile became a democracy in 1989, this South American country has been the most successful economy in its region, by far. A region constantly overwhelmed by social unrest, political turmoil, and staggering levels of income inequality and extreme poverty.

Pope Francis: At Odds with his Predecessors

Pope Francis has manifested on numerous occasions his anti-capitalist vision of the world. In his latest encyclical, entitled Fratelli Tutti, Francis argues that the COVID-19 crisis exposed inherent problems of the free market system.

Why Nigeria Needs More Direct Investment to Grow its Economy

In May, the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) published its Nigerian Capital Importation first-quarter Report, which revealed that Nigeria received $5.85 billion capital inflows in the first quarter (Q1) of 2020. 

According to the NBS, the $5.85 billion represents over fifty percent increase when compared to what Nigeria received in the fourth quarter of 2019. However, when compared to the corresponding first quarter period of 2019, the investment flow into Nigeria shows a 31.19% decline.

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