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Deep flaw in EU architecture can erase pro-market reforms

The European Union enjoyed its pinnacle of influence after the Soviet Union collapsed.

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Crises—an ideal time for the state to grab power

In response to the COVID crisis, Parliament granted sweeping powers to the finance minister.

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Hong Kong fights for rule of law—and more

In China, the legal system is used to silence people who do not support the state.

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Rule of law, limited government key to economic freedom in the U.S. and around the world

Since 2000, the U.S. has seen the size of government grow and trade freedom diminish.