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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.

Chinese Tennis Player is Missing, Raises Political Concerns

Peng Shuai disappeared after she accused China’s former vice-premier Zhang Gaoli of sexual assault.

Tennis superstar Peng Shuai has not been seen in public since she alleged that China’s former Vice Premier, Zhang Ghaoli, committed sexual assault against her at his house.

Venezuela’s Latest Sham Election

Venezuela will hold another sham election on Sunday.

On Sunday, Venezuela will hold its latest sham election. This time to “elect” regional and municipal authorities, including 23 governors and 335 mayors. 

U.S. Inflation Keeps Rising, What Now?

Annual inflation in the U.S. situates at 6.2 percent, the highest yearly rate in a generation. What should the Fed do now?

Dear readers,

Back in February, we at Freedom Today Network published a piece about President Biden's stimulus program. 

An Economic Cure for Populism

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. 

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