Decentralization and Secession

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Why Bolivia Needs to Decentralize

Decentralization and SecessionWorld History

Blog07/14/2020

Decentralization is perhaps the way for Bolivia to avoid the preventable evils of repeated coups and ethnic strife that have ensnared it since day one.

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What the Supreme Court Got Right in Its Indian Tribe Ruling

Decentralization and SecessionLegal System

Blog07/11/2020

The Supreme Court this week limited a state government's control over what is supposed to be a sovereign Indian tribe. The next step lies in limiting federal control over the tribe also. 

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Why the EU Keeps Fighting Brexit

Decentralization and SecessionProtectionism and Free TradeWorld History

Blog07/09/2020

EU membership is a sort of bait-and-switch for states that were sold on membership as an opportunity to join a free trade bloc and a chance to participate in a more cooperative Europe.

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Private Defense in the History of Genoa

Decentralization and SecessionWorld History

Blog07/04/2020

The Republic of Genoa provides an example of how a small "state" managed to defend itself against much larger states using military resources that were overwhelmingly owned and controlled by private parties.

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Economic Collapse Has Turned Many Europeans against the EU

Central BanksDecentralization and Secession

Blog06/09/2020

Ironically, the economic collapse in Europe has united both the poor and rich members of the EU in agreement that the EU has none of their best interests at heart. The political winds have shifted and are blowing against the EU.

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New York: The Corona Crisis Shows the Benefits of Localism Yet Again

Decentralization and Secession

Blog06/02/2020

COVID-19 is not really a "national" issue. It has affected different areas in very different ways.

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The German Court's Unexpected Blow to the ECB

Decentralization and SecessionLegal SystemMonetary Policy

Blog05/29/2020

A high German court recently ruled that the European Central Bank has overstepped the bounds of its power. The angry response from high-ranking European bureaucrats tells us a lot about what they want for the EU.

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Three Ways the Coronavirus May Significantly Accelerate Political Decentralization

Big GovernmentDecentralization and Secession

Blog05/22/2020

Although national tragedies tend to bring a country together, it seems clear that the coronavirus will leave America as divided as it has been in modern history.

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Testing Deregulation Can Help Fight COVID-19

Decentralization and SecessionHealth

The fight against COVID-19 would benefit from a comprehensive deregulation of the market for testing. A brief look at India shows the damaging roadblocks to solutions that regulations impose.

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This Crisis Will Not Bring Americans Together and Maybe That Is a Good Thing

Decentralization and SecessionStrategy

Blog04/30/2020

Thanks to the growth of the state over time, political stakes have become much higher, and groups fear that they will be crushed by the other side if they lose. Crisis-induced cohesion is not a silver bullet, but rather a ticking time bomb.

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