Monthly Archives: July 2019

The Problems with Representative Democracy

One hundred thousand Conservative Party members have anointed Alexander Boris de Pfeffel Johnson, BJ for short, the 70th Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. Mr Johnson says he wants to leave the EU at all cost. Perhaps President Macron will … Continue reading

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The Winner’s Curse

While it’s unlikely that Bismarck actually said: “I am firmly convinced that Spain is the strongest country of the world. Century after century trying to destroy herself and still no success”, the observation is still applicable well over hundred years … Continue reading

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