Tag Archives: China

The Decline of the Western Civilization (Mises Interviews, Episode 5, Mr. Jayant Bhandari)

In the latest episode of Mises Interviews, our returning guest Mr. Jayant Bhandari discusses the phenomenon of the rise and decline of the Western civilization. He talks about its potential causes and then he discusses what lessons the world can learn from this decline. He also talks about the future of the ideas like Liberty […]

Technology and Economic Growth

Recently Mises Institute President Dr. Madhusudan Raj was invited to deliver a talk on the subject matter of Technology and Economic Growth in an event on 3D Printing technologies organized by the Vishwastratis LLP. In his talk Dr. Raj discussed the factors that are important for developing technologies and using them. He also discussed where […]

A Praxeological Analysis of India-China Nation State Border Tension

India China Border Tension

Praxeology is a science of human action where we logically spin out all the laws of human action starting from an a priori axiom of human action which is apodictic in nature i.e., necessarily true. In this article I am going to use praxeology to understand and then deduce some of the possible outcomes of […]

Protectionism and Its Consequences

Globalization is in retreat and protectionism is again rising its head worldwide. Recently the American President Donald Trump announced that he will impose very steep tariffs on imported steel, aluminum products and cars . In retaliation the EU has threatened to impose heavy tariffs on American imports in EU. Trump is also waging a trade […]

India’s Border Problems

India has border disputes with Pakistan, Bangladesh, China, Nepal, Bhutan, and Myanmar. Are India’s neighbours particularly unfriendly? Is India necessarily so honest that we must trust the map that the Indian government provides us? In reality, any line on the world-map—depending on the scale of the map and the kind of the pen used—represents a […]