The 100th Man: Profit and Society

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 An African parable on how profits work to the benefit of all society. Produced by the Free Market Foundation as a gift to African Students For Liberty. For more information on the student movement for liberty and how to get involved, visit  

Looking Forward to the Moment when You Return 期待着你回来的那一刻 – A touching story on China and the crack down on Civil Liberty


 As China continues its crackdown on reform-minded scholars and civil liberties, the wife of yet another detained member of the respected Beijing-based think tank, Transition Institute, has spoken out in an open letter circulated online. Reaching out to her husband, Huang Kaiping, in the only way she now can, Zhou Qinghui recounts in vivid voice […]

The Debris of the Berlin Wall Litters Africa


 Few can agree on why the Berlin Wall fell 25 years ago. However, the recent suspension of the Burkinabe constitution and the takeover of government by the army well demonstrates that its debris remain in Africa, where ideological proxy wars are ongoing. The 27 – year rule of Blaise Campaore, Africa’s fifth longest- serving president […]

Economic Freedom Index: An African Perspective


 The Eastern Africa Policy Centre (EAPC) is a new regional think-tank that seeks to promote and disseminate Free Market ideas and the philosophy of Liberty within the Eastern African region. The immediate goal of the Centre is to educate, promote and spark debate on and around the importance of individual liberty and Free Market ideas, […]

Subsidies: A Threat To National Development – Peter Yakobe

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   “There is nothing like free lunch.” Yes this is a statement which most of the developed countries use. That is why the citizens of these countries spend most of their time working; producing goods and services of all kinds.  They always know that nothing will come for free and they have to work to […]