The integration with Ukraine and Turkey is a barometer that will show whether the Old Continent will prove to be a vigorous and important player in the 21st century.
The Liberal Institute of the Friedrich-Naumann-Foundation is recently dealing with current challenges in foreign policy. One of the main projects is a book, entitled “Liberal Foreign Policy in the 21st Century.”
Like other scientists who surrender their independence, Stern became a useful idiot for a political agenda.
The Welfare State is socialism for the poor, but the monetary policy of the ECB is socialism for the rich.
Helping the poor to free themselves from poverty should not mean absolving the individual from all responsibility and nurturing a culture of victimhood, entitlement and dependency.
News releases about the end of the crisis – as regular as sunrise. Greece has a surplus. Brussels has a whole lot of new ideas for spending money.
INESS in collaboration with the American Language of Liberty Institute organized this summer the seventh international educational event in a row, the 2013 Liberty camp.
Its supporters – fortunately not as numerous in Poland as in Western Europe and the USA – talk and write about the advantages of renewable energy like about a utopian, wonderful world without CO2 emissions, in which new workplaces in wind, solar and biofuel energy sectors are created.
For the fourth time, the Institute of Economic and Social Studies INESS has been honored to organize the event commemorating Milton Friedman, one of the most notable flag bearers of economic liberty.
If Poland is supposed to be an important point on the economic map of Europe and the world, it must also create its “poles”, through the development and specialization of universities cooperating with global players.