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What happened to Iceland?

A team of Freedom Today Network editors and producers traveled to Iceland in October 2016 to attend the European Students for Liberty Conference in Rejkavik, the third Conference of this kind in Iceland.

Of course, they shot a short documentary about Icelands recent crisis, recovery and the way forward. Our team spoke to top managers, academics, politicians, and entrepreneurs.

A transcript of this video can be found here: https://freedomtodaynetwork.com/iceland-has-suddenly-become-a-hot-spot-despite-its-name-a5efd1222ee8

Russian ships attacked Ukrainian Navy boats

Early in the morning on 25th of November two Ukrainian Navy armored artillery boats and a tugboat set off from the Black Sea in Odessa via the Kerch Strait to Mariupol in the Azov Sea.  The Ukrainian navy assert that they had informed in advance of the boats’ planned movements “in accordance with international norms”.

Three Ways to Boost Liberty in the World

Defending liberty in the world is important, but so is also advancing liberty. There are two types of arguments for this:

It is a worthy goal in and of itself. I hope this goes without saying. Everybody can be free and that is good, and that’s why it should be so.

However, advancing liberty in the world is not only an end, but also a means:

Interview with Mikhail Khodorkovsky

Mikhail Borisovich Khodorkovsky is an exiled Russian businessman, philanthropist and former oligarch, now resident in Switzerland. We interviewed him about Democracy and the future of Russia.

The EU, Apple and Ireland

What is the fuzz between the European Union, the Irish government and the iPhone maker Apple? Taxes. We went to Ireland to understand what is so unique about the situation and what caused the uproar.

Click here for an enhanced transcript of the report: https://freedomtodaynetwork.com/the-eu-apple-and-ireland-79bda0cb19d4

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Brazil elected Bolsonaro as its new president. What does the future of freedom in the country look like?

Jair Bolsonaro, a nostalgic of the military dictatorship, elected this Sunday 28th president of the biggest Latin American nation, promised to "change the destiny of Brazil", after an aggressive campaign that exposed the resentments of the majority of the population against the status quo that governed the country for 14 years. The captain of the Army reserve, candidate for the PSL, had 57.8 million votes (55.1%) against 47 million of his adversary, the socialist from the Worker’s Party (PT)  Fernando Haddad (44.9%).

How a free-market made Chile the richest Latin American country

In the 70’s, Chile was a country devastated by Salvador Allende's interventionist policies. The socialist government had destroyed the economy and destabilized society, leaving the nation in a complete socio-economic ruin which was compounded by the lack of individual freedoms. Given the worrying situation, not surprisingly, the Chilean economy was moribund and other Latin American countries such as Mexico, Venezuela, and Argentina easily surpassed their standard of human development.

Free private cities can revolutionise the way we live together

“There are two sides to every issue: one side is right and the other is wrong, but the middle is always evil … In any compromise between food and poison, it is only death that can win. In any compromise between good and evil, it is only evil that can profit.” (Galt’s Speech)

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