The Kremlin’s top economics mind and President Putin’s chief advisor interviewed by the Frontier Centre.
The U.K. and Canada are Hypocrites to Hand Out “Press Freedom” Awards
In November, the Canadian Minister of Foreign Affairs and the British First Secretary of State announced the winner of the first Canada-United Kingdom Media Freedom Award. The prize, which is designed to promote the free press globally and encourage other …
The Frontier Centre for Public Policy (FCPP) is an independent Canadian public policy think tank. It was founded in Winnipeg in 1997 and received charitable status in 1999. Our research aims to analyze current affairs and public policies and develop …
The Man Who Saved Capitalism: Milton Friedman, who would have turned 100 on Tuesday, helped to make free markets popular again in the 20th century. His ideas are even more important today.
It’s a tragedy that Milton Friedman—born 100 years ago on July 31—did not live long enough to combat the big-government ideas that have formed the core of Obamanomics. It’s perhaps more tragic that our current president, who attended the University of Chicago where Friedman taught for decades, never fell under the influence of the world’s greatest champion of the free market. Imagine how much better things would have turned out, for Mr. Obama and the country.
Media Release – 1000+ Leading Economists, Policy Makers and other Distinguished Persons Call on Governments to Reject Protectionism and Eliminate Trade Barriers
The open letter is available at a new website – www.freedomtotrade.org – which will feature news stories, exclusive webcasts, statements by signatories of the open letter, and many other items.
U. S. Senate Minority Report: More Than 650 International Scientists Dissent Over Man-Made Global Warming Claims
The chorus of skeptical scientific voices on human-caused global warming grew louder in 2008 as a steady stream of peer reviewed
studies, analyses, real world data and inconvenient developments challenged the UN’s and former Vice President Al Gore’s claims that the “science is settled” and there is a “consensus.”
Binding Emissions Targets are “Eco-protectionism” says Civil Society
Responding to reports that the US, Russia and Japan are pressuring rapidly developing countries such as India and China to sign up to binding emissions targets, an India-based member of the Civil Society Coalition on Climate Change described the plans as “eco-protectionism.”
Beyond Moscow, Dachas Make Way for Suburbia
With prices rising in Moscow many are moving to the suburbs where it’s cleaner, cheaper and more family oriented.
Russia’s Godfather Saga
A Russian reformer, who spoke to the Frontier Centre in 2000, pulls the pin on President Putin . . .
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