The future for Africa’s refugees is as economic partners, not dependents
Yinka Adegoke, Quartz
Increasingly, African countries are at the forefront of a more progressive understanding that refugees are, as Adichie says, more than just refugees. This is especially true when they’re given a legal framework under which they can operate in their host countries.
How Taxing Sugary Drinks Can Make People Fatter
Michael T. Hamilton, The Federalist
Sugary drink taxes drive some consumers to purchase substitute products that pose equal or greater health risks, and others to buy sweetened beverages outside city limits.
The Controversy Over Inflation
Annie Lowrey, The Atlantic
“This is one of the most important questions facing monetary policy.”
Why Economic Freedom and Peace Go Hand in Hand
Patrick Tyrrell and Anthony B. Kim, The Daily Signal
In national contexts, peace and economic freedom often feed into one other, creating the conditions for long-term prosperity and stability