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Understanding the Situation in Kazakhstan

If 2020 was the year of the pandemic, 2022 seems to be the year of geopolitics. 

In the past week, thousands of people in Kazakhstan have turned to the streets in the nation’s largest wave of protest since it became an independent nation in the early 1990s. 

FTN: Year in Review

Happy New Year to all our readers

Dear readers, 

I want to wish all of you a happy new year. I hope that the end year brings you nothing but happiness and health. 

No Senator Warren, Businessmen do not Cause Inflation

Warren’s economic ideas are closer to Chavismo than to standard economic thinking.

If you have been to a supermarket during the last year, you should have noticed that our economy is experiencing a rise in its inflation rate. In the last year, consumer prices have rose by 6.8 percent.

Chile Elects Socialist President

Chile elected socialist candidate Gabriel Boric as president. 

Dear readers, 

On Sunday, Chile elected socialist candidate Gabriel Boric as president. 

In memoriam of Linda Whetstone

In memoriam of Linda Whetstone

At Freedom Today Network, we are deeply saddened to hear that Linda Whetstone has passed away.

Throughout her life, Linda did everything she could to advance freedom around the world. 

SFL Alumni in Ukraine Condemn Russia’s Aggressions

As the situation in Ukraine heats up, SFL alumni Tania Rak and Maria Chaplia raise their voices.

Dear readers, 

As the Russian government continues to threaten Ukraine’s sovereignty and the well-being of the Ukrainian people, Students For Liberty alumni from Ukraine raise their voices and speak out about the situation.

Women Rights in Afghanistan

Nearly three months after the Taliban illegitimately wrested power, Afghanistan is at the edge of abyss. United Nations has already warned that Afghanistan is on the brink of one of the world's  worst humanitarian crises.

We Must Stand with Ukraine

Achieving peace in Ukraine is vital to Europe’s Future

Dear readers, 

Since 1939, there has never been a greater chance of war between two major countries in Europe than the one we face today. 

EU Observers Flag Many Irregularities in Venezuela’s Election.

The EU mission said that the elections had "arbitrary disqualification" of opposition candidates as well as a "disproportionate" state bias. 

Last Sunday, Venezuela held a “mega-election” to elect all regional and municipal authorities, including 23 governors and 335 mayors.

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