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Sanctions remain popular because they placate the voters who insist "we" must "do something," and government officials are more than happy to accept this invitation to grow state power.
War and Foreign Policy
By 1996, it was agreed that “Washington refused to rule out any country,” for NATO membership. Except, of course, Russia. Moreover, a NATO that included Poland was unlikely to invite Russia.
The FedInflationMonetary Policy
The Fed is, effectively, a car driving at night, very fast, with no headlights. That is a real threat, probably to an unprecedented degree.
Money and Banks
Price inflation has been accelerating upward since April of last year. Yet the Fed has done virtually nothing. What's the Fed waiting for?
Cronyism and CorporatismMedia and Culture
The rise of woke capitalism cannot be sufficiently explained in terms of placating coastal leftists, ingratiating left-liberal legislators, or avoiding the wrath of activists.
A reduction in unemployment is not the key factor for economic growth. Rather, it is saving that is instrumental in the expansion and the enhancement of the production structure.
Many proponents of forced national unity insist the military can "solve" the problem. But with that method, "you're not solving the insurrection. In fact, you're spreading it. You're guaranteeing more of it."
SEZs are loopholes, and capitalism breathes through loopholes. But like all loopholes, they tend to benefit those who can afford to hire the lawyers who can identify said loopholes.