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Vive la liberté! (Part 1 of, I dunno, 50?)

Got another email. Okay, let’s see what your new favourite guy has to say. I’m not going to bother with the host, because he’s already revealed himself to be exactly as intelligent as he looks. (I’ll be doing this on … Continue reading

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Fun with Milo

A little while back, my best drinking buddy sent me this email: I had not seen this bloke before, but, having now seen him, ‘interesting’ wouldn’t be my adjective of choice. To be fair, the above correspondence immediately followed one of my tedious rants about … Continue reading

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It fills me up like a hollow tree

IMF managing director Christine Lagarde is in the country, so I figured I’d post this little something I wrote last year on inequality—specifically, globalisation’s role in it. In a policy brief derived from his book Imagine There’s No Country: Poverty, … Continue reading

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