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By Joshua Nathan A new era in space age is underway. The Roaring Twenties saw Robert Goddard begin the quest for space by launching the first liquid-fuelled rocket 41 feet into the air. A century later, NASA astronauts will return to the moon to establish a permanent lunar base. By the end of the decadeContinue reading “Space Exploration – A New Role for Government?”
By Dave Nziza The COVID-19 pandemic has required nations to borrow to meet the disease’s socio-economic related issues. However, as can be seen by the three Lake Victoria states (Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania) borrowing patterns have been different amongst states. The GDP to debt ratios will be used to measure the extent to which borrowingContinue reading “Pandemic Borrowing & Frontier Economies”
By Adam Curry Mark Zuckerberg , Martin Luther King Jr, and Milton Friedman: all three individuals are extremely successful and unique from each other. This is save for one common belief: the need for a universal basic income. Previous presidents such as Nixon and Carter attempted to implement versions, but with their failure came aContinue reading “Universal Basic Income – The Inevitable Future of Welfare”