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Ukraine: Russian Aggression and Western Ignorance

Three years after the Maidan Revolution Freedom Today Network visited Ukraine to learn about the current situation, speak to Ukrainians and experts about the future of the country on the black sea.

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New FTN office branches in Switzerland and Liechtenstein

Freedom Today Network is pleased to announce the opening of FTN branches in Zurich, Switzerland & Vaduz, Liechtenstein

CEO Andreas Juergens: "It is a great pleasure for us to have branch offices in Switzerland and Liechtenstein, and we are very pleased that we were able to achieve some of our goals for 2019 already in February."

This year FTN is planning further branches in Belgium and Brazil.

Johan Norberg: "Look Forward to the Future"

Johan Norberg is a Swedish author and historian, devoted to promoting economic globalization and classical liberal positions. He is arguably most known as the author of In Defense of Global Capitalism (2001) and Progress: Ten Reasons to Look Forward to the Future (2016). He is a senior fellow at the Cato Institute, an the executive editor at Free To Choose Media.

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Maduro Consolidates His Dictatorship in Venezuela

The dictator has shown no pretense of relinquishing control.

On January 10, Nicolás Maduro took another step in perpetuating and expanding his power, carrying out a masquerade in the form of a presidential investiture that will initiate a new mandate, a move that has been regarded as illegitimate by a large part of the international community. It would keep him in charge of Venezuela (supposedly) until 2025.

Sixty years in the death of the Cuban republic

Sixty years ago, while thousands of Cubans were celebrating the fall of the regime of Fulgencio Batista, a fevered atmosphere filled with a mixture of hype and hate was taking over Havana. Few foresaw what was coming next. On January 1, 1959, the Republic of Cuba was killed. Not many wept for her loss — some were too busy packing their bags, others were taking advantage of the political vacuum by looting the capital’s shops.