May 15, 2020

The Untold Toll

By Robin Sitoula* This is a crisis like no other. At a time when even the most advanced cities in the world barely held up against the pandemic and came to a screeching halt, Nepal could opt for nothing but…
December 4, 2019

CIPS plays its part in Indonesia’s reforms

By Rainer Heufers Last month, President Jokowi started his second presidential term and we shared with you his to-do list for the upcoming five years. By now, he has vowed to streamline business registration processes under one agency, to create…
August 9, 2019

How liberals lost Gandhi?

By Barun S. Mitra Was Gandhi a liberal? For the past couple of years, I have been making the case that among the major political leaders in the world, Gandhi was perhaps the last classical liberal or the first libertarian.…
February 7, 2016

Is Bali More Free than the US?

Is Bali more free than the United States?  In some ways, it is, said Jack Blaylock at the World Conference on Market Liberalization in Bali in 2015, hosted by the International Society for Individual Liberty. "I have more freedom and…
October 25, 2015

Casey Lartigue on Teaching North Korean Refugees

Casey Lartigue gave a talk at the Harvard Extension Alumni Association 2015 Innovation Symposium at Harvard University, 24 May, 2015. Casey quoted Christopher Hitchens, saying, "A place that you can't live, but that you can't leave, is the definition of hell."…
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September 9, 2015

Ken Schoolland in Mongolia

Ken Schoolland recently appeared on Mongolian National Broadcasting to speak about economics, and why the Austrian school is so important. Host: Please tell us about the, since we talk about the Austrian school of economics, and the certain direction of…