Daily Policy Digest

International Issues

India's Weak Patent Rights Hurt U.S. Trade Relationship

Over the past two years, the Indian government has engaged in a series of policy, regulatory and legal decisions that undermine internationally recognized intellectual property rights...

U.S. Ports Racing to Get Ready for Bigger Ships

In order to double U.S. exports in the next five years, U.S. ports must expand to accommodate larger shipping vessels...

What if the World Population Reaches UN Estimates?

A world population of 10.1 billion would arguably be a good thing, on several grounds...

Economic Freedom in India

Indian states with increasing freedom are growing faster than those with worsening freedom...

Honduras Will Create Model Cities Based on Free Market

The Honduran Congress is expected to soon pass an amendment to the constitution that would clear the way to put "model cities" based on free market principles into action...

Fear of Inflation Spreads Throughout Emerging Markets

Several emerging-market governments are deploying policies to battle inflation fueled by rising food and commodity prices...

Fraud Plagues European Carbon Market

Carbon trading criminals trying to play the system may have accounted for up to 90 percent of all European carbon market activity in some European countries...

Famine by Choice

Famine today is as much man-made as it is a force of nature...

China, High Speed Rail and Mobility

While it is true that China's investment in high-speed rail is making it a world leader in this technology, it is not true that this is a model that should be emulated by the United States or other developed countries...

How a Tax Hike Increased the Deficit

Crippling tax hikes are driving people and economic activity away from Britain...


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