Vilnius, Lithuania It is hard to succeed if everyone is leaving. Some of the former communist countries are suffering from a population death spiral, with double-digit population declines over the last 25 years, as can be seen in the enclosed table. The problem is not...read more
The Problem of European Divergence Nations with freer economic systems prosper while others lose ground
Zurich, Switzerland “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times” (with apologies to Dickens). Despite the attempts to unify Europe into an economic and partial political whole over the past 70 years, the grand experiment is unraveling, and it increasingly...read more
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