Economics

Russia’s Interesting New Oil Geopolitics

26.09.2017

Since the 1928 Red Line Agreement between British and French and American oil majors to divide the oil riches of the post-World War I Middle East, petroleum or more precisely, control of petroleum has constituted the thin-red-line of modern geopol

The Austrian Approach to Economic History

26.09.2017

It is safe to assume that most of the readers of Mises UK are not admirers of the Marxist historiographical school, and the defects and inadequacies of Marxian reconstructions of the past are by now well-known, even though a large percentage of ac

THE QUALITY OF MONEY

02.08.2017

What is the purpose of money? Where does it come from? Inequality generates trade and specialisation creates the need for money .

IMF makes Ukraine an agricultural nation

06.07.2017

Kiev has again serious reasons for concern. The International Monetary Fund (IMF) will postpone giving Ukraine access to a 1.9 billion dollars tranche.

The Balkan spring is replaced by NATO frosts

04.07.2017

People, living in the Slavic countries of the Balkan Peninsula, actively protested against the Western New World order which was imposed on them all last year. However, without finding a different pole of power, the Yugoslav front failed, and the peninsula finally got into the grip of NATO.

Brexit and Free Trade

27.06.2017

The handling of the post EU referendum has been pitifully slow and bumbling for two main reasons: the first, which is obvious, no-one close to the reins of power actually wants to leave and the second is the belief that Britain must secure a free