End crony capitalism to end global poverty
Joe Carter, Washington Examiner
For as long as there have been government officials, there have been economic cronies — friends, family, and associates who use their connections for their own financial gain.
‘Poverty, Inc.’, When Charity Becomes A Limit
Green Film Network
Giving is an act of deep humanity and solidarity. A disinterested gesture to help the poor, that we often delegate to institutions and specialized associations. What is the impact of these organizations on the development of countries struggling with poverty?
Three More Articles On Poverty, And Why They Disagree With Each Other
Scott Alexander, Slate Star Codex
These articles sort of contradict each other. The first contradicts the second – does giving people money improve life outcomes, or doesn’t it?
Patriarchs want lands where Christians lived liberated from ISIS
Catholic News Service
Syriac patriarchs, marking the two-year anniversary since the Islamic State expelled Christians from a large part of Iraq, denounced “the ethno-religious genocide” of their people and called for the liberation of those areas.