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Anti-competition and "unfair" advantage

Anti-competition and "unfair" advantage

For the last two or three years, the BBC has sporadically published articles on “smart drugs,” or nootropics (amphetamines used to increase concentration), and the effect their use have on the work place. Immediately, the narrative is distorted because while nootropics are a type of drug, they are not in the same category as the substances traditionally stigmatized by the word…

Flaws in the international law surrounding military recruitment of children

Flaws in the international law surrounding military recruitment of children

Adilia Jilgildina holds a master´s degree in Public Policy from the University of Reading,…

Spain's business sector has done its homework over the last decade

Spain's business sector has done its homework over the last decade

One of the factors that triggered the financial and economic crisis in Spain was the excessive…

How do you critique interventionism in a country that supports it?

How do you critique interventionism in a country that supports it?

What do you tell people from countries in which American interventionism could be considered a…

Purpose of Government and the Downside of Dependency

Purpose of Government and the Downside of Dependency

“The purpose of government is to enable the people to live in safety and happiness.…

The European Union should not receive its own direct income

The European Union should not receive its own direct income

In an effort to make the European Union independent of its funders, the European Parliament is…

Mind the gender pay gap: Is sexist recruitment the case in the West?

Mind the gender pay gap: Is sexist recruitment the case in the West?

Adilia Jilgildina holds a master´s degree in Public Policy from the University of Reading,…

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