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Preferential treatment and anti-competition

Preferential treatment and anti-competition

On 16 June 2018, the association Students for Fair Admission (SFFA) filed suit against Harvard University for using racially biased admissions policies. This is not the first time SFFA has sued on these grounds. SFFA sued both the University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill, a prominent state university, and the US Department of Education for discriminatory admissions in the case of the…

Macron's yellow vests concessions are bound to make things worse

Macron's yellow vests concessions are bound to make things worse

In light of the yellow vests protests in France, president Emmanuel Macron has made a number of…

Open Borders? Maybe Not. Immigration According to the Austrian School (Part III)

Open Borders? Maybe Not. Immigration According to the Austrian School (Part III)

Walter Block "Almost 70% of American voters under the age of 30 voted for Obama.  Why…

Open Borders? Maybe Not. Immigration According to the Austrian School (Part II)

Open Borders? Maybe Not. Immigration According to the Austrian School (Part II)

Ben Powell “Immigrants tend to have especially desirable behavioral characteristics from the…

Open Borders? Maybe Not. Immigration According to the Austrian School (Part I)

Open Borders? Maybe Not. Immigration According to the Austrian School (Part I)

Immigration is a pressing issue nowadays, especially in Europe and the United States. Some of the…

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,…

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