Author name: Sachin Nandha

Why Ukraine and the West must resist Putin’s fuzzy logic ICFS

Why Ukraine and the West must resist Putin’s fuzzy logic

This is part one of a three-part response to the Carlson-Putin interview.   The United Kingdom for all intents and purposes is at war with Russia.  Underlying all other points this must never be forgotten. To my mind Tucker Carlson has pulled off the interview of the year. He allowed Putin to speak, and some have …

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City of London, financial capital of the world

Why we shouldn’t forget what made us rich.

Milton Freedman once wrote “the political system is not inclined to bring about policies that would reduce the scope of government. Politicians win elections by promising benefits, not by imposing burdens.” What Freedman was suggesting was a simple truth, namely that the democratic tendency is always for the state to keep growing by venturing into …

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India’s Pathway to Affluence

Written by Dr. Sachin Nandha, ICfS Education. Innovation. Capital accumulation. One-tenth of India’s population pulled itself out of poverty, that’s almost 140 million people, in five years up to March 2021, according to Reuters. Suman Bery, of the Indian think-tank Niti Aayog, ‘Rural areas saw the strongest fall in poverty, according to a study, which …

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