On Lebanon’s Independence Day, SFL alumna Romy Haber writes about her country’s critical situation.
Next month, I will be giving my first in-person lecture since the pandemic. At Maastricht University’s Law School, I will be talking about the interrelation of economic development and political stability.
Lebanon is on the verge of total collapse. A modernization of its political institutions cannot be postponed.
As many of you know, my paternal family is of Lebanese origin. My grandparents, Antoniette and Georges Jraissati, were born in a town outside Beirut called Zahlé, of no more than 150,000 people.
On September 17, 1787, delegates left the Constitutional Convention in the Independence Hall in Philadelphia. As they exited, Benjamin Franklin was asked what kind of government do we have? "A Republic," he replied, "if you can keep it."
In today’s interconnected world, it seems that every story reaches our smartphones in a matter of minutes.
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.
The special economic zones could bring the dynamism and modernity that Latin America desperately needs.
Throughout its history, Latin America has been anything but a success economic story. In our region, the vast majority of people are still living in poverty, with most of them suffering from the lack of essential necessities, such as having energy, running water, and even a proper home. Today, our region not only is the poorer in the western hemisphere but also the most economically unequal.
For over a year, no topic has been more analyzed and discussed than the COVID-19 crisis, both by academics and scientists as well as by people in their day-to-day lives.
In each of these conversations about the pandemic, there is one topic that stands out above the rest: how deadly this new virus really is – as all of us have a family member, friend, or acquaintance who has been a victim of this tragic disease.
Students For Liberty alumnus is appointed the next Vice-Minister of Economic and Social Inclusion in Ecuador
Students For Liberty today announced that their alumnus, Julio Clavijo, has been appointed as the new Vice Minister of Economic and Social Inclusion in Ecuador. Clavijo took office on May 26, 2021.
He will be working closely with Minister Mae Montaño and the office of the President, Guillermo Lasso, on advancing entrepreneurship and innovation in the country.