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  • 28 Sep 2021
    Jennifer Brick Murtazashvili, Ilia Murtazashvili

    Why Legal Titling Is Not an Economic Answer to Terrorism

    Ongoing violence is an unfortunate fact of life in many communities around the world. In Afghanistan, two decades of state-building followed decades of internecine civil war. Despite significant investments by the international community, by 2021, the Taliban regained control over the country. On the occasion of the failure of the American-led state-building mission, it is […]

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  • 9 Jul 2020
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    Roy Shapira

    Law as Source

    The legal system is the bloodline for investigative journalism, yet proposed legal reforms may jeopardize it When Spotlight won the 2015 Oscar for Best Picture, it was billed as a movie about investigative reporters holding the Catholic Church to account over child sex abuse. But the reporters could not have done it alone. The legal […]

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  • 12 Mar 2020
    Francine McKenzie

    GATT: A Despised Do-Gooding Organization

    The World Trade Organization has always had more critics than champions.  These days, the charges that are made against the WTO include that it has overstepped its authority, that it impedes the ability of members to set their own trade policies, and, paradoxically, that it has been unable to deal effectively with China.  The recent […]

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  • 14 Dec 2017
    Vito Tanzi

    What economic role should the state promote in a market economy?

    Vito Tanzi, renowned economist and author of Termites of the State, discusses the industrialized world's economic development during the 20th century to today...

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