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5 Ways to Maximise Peace in the World

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Welcome to Part 1 of my 3-Part series on geopolitics. If you haven’t listened to the Lex Fridman podcast, do. Its long-form interviews with notable guests are fantastic, covering topics ranging from the nature of God to developments in bioengineering, from the essence of motivation to world politics. In Episode #401, Lex interviews University of Chicago international relations scholar, John Mearsheimer.  Mutually beneficial...

Liberty and National Borders

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Libertarianism is all about the freedom of individuals from coercion. Libertarians believe the proper role of government is defined by JS Mill’s harm principle: ‘The only purpose for which power can be rightfully exercised over any member of a civilised community, against his will, is to prevent harm to others.’ Within a country this is relatively straightforward – reductions in...

BRICS+ of Gold

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Jim Rickards, an esteemed American investment banker and author with expertise in finance and precious metals, recently brought to light an intriguing prediction regarding the BRICS+ countries: “I recently revealed that the so-called “BRICS+” countries will announce the creation of a new currency at its annual leaders’ summit conference on August 22–24. This will be the biggest upheaval in international...

FLASH POLL: Do You Support The United States-Australian Military Alliance?

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There’s been a lot of talk about the US-Australian alliance, especially with AUKUS nuclear submarines attracting bi-partisan support in Australia. Libertarians typically split on the issue of foreign affairs, geopolitics and military action. Group one says we should maintain a self-reliant, self-defensive military and not engage in foreign entanglements. Adopting a non-interventionist policy in matters foreign, this school of thought argues...

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The Victorian Bar – you remember them – was a big advocate for the Yes side in the referendum. Fifty-seven per cent of the...
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