Monthly Archives: July 2010

The growing popularity of freedom

A few weeks ago the Wall Street Journal called to my attention the fact that a really odd book hit #1 on the bestsellers list, beating both the The Twilight Saga and Stieg Larsson for a few days. The … Continue reading

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Win some, lose some

Well, the „second best” scenario came true in last Friday’s U20 basketball games. One Montenegrin was victorious… unfortunately, it was Nikola Mirotic, who was playing for Spain against the Montenegrin team.  Still, our boys did not lose their fervor, thumping … Continue reading

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Fingers crossed…

…this time, not for the future of the world economy, but for our boys. If you haven’t noticed, the U20 European Men’s Basketball Championship is going on right next door in Croatia. After a series of heavy battles (some won, … Continue reading

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Grease doesn’t fix the machine

When the economic crisis struck, debate over how to re-start the world’s financial engine took precedence over discussion about long-term institutional reform – even in countries where change was crucial. The “change” I am talking about is not a country’s … Continue reading

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