By Lewis James Brown
Negative media coverage reinforces Corbynistas' sense of being under attack, and every bad poll or election becomes proof of the strength of their faith. It’s terrible for a functioning opposition, but brilliant for forming a loyal hard-left following.
New Statesman - 29 Jul 2016
Core Economics - 29 Jul 2016
President Nicolás Maduro signed a decree last week that gives powers to the labour ministry to order all workers with "enough physical capabilities and technical know-how" to join a desperate government drive aimed at increasing food production.
Vice - 29 Jul 2016
Marian L. Tupy - 29 Jul 2016
Leopold Traugott - 29 Jul 2016
Spain's acting prime minister Mariano Rajoy has accepted a mandate from the King to form a new government, but warned he may fail with only a minority. Rajoy will open new talks with other parties to try to break the 7 month deadlock since the elections.
EU Observer - 29 Jul 2016
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Economics 21 - 29 Jul 2016
Securing the 1988 Olympic bid both necessitated an upgrade of Seoul’s infrastructure, essentially raising it to developed country level, and made it effectively impossible for the regime to use the usual repressive tactics to handle social discontent.
Peterson Institute - 29 Jul 2016
South China Morning Post - 29 Jul 2016
Eliza Filby - 28 Jul 2016
Tax credits may be popular, but they are not free, they're just another kind of subsidy, paid for by other taxpayers. And indirectly, we all “pay” for tax credits due to the slower economic growth caused by the misallocation of capital.
Cato Institute - 28 Jul 2016