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The Equitist #28 | Is this all we can do for Ukraine?

June 29, 2022

After the G7 in Germany, western leaders met in Madrid under the NATO flag to decide on fundamental topics such as the accession of Sweden and Finland and the new alliance's posturing in the Ukraine war. On the accession front, negotiators managed to move...

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The Equitist #27 | No, the G7 will not save the day

June 28, 2022

If in fit midst of your busy daily life, you are managing to follow developments at the G7 meeting in Germany, you might be pleased with some of the outcomes filtering out. For example, the G7 countries have renewed their staunch commitments to support...

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The Equitist #26 | A worldwide attack on women's right

June 24, 2022

Today, the US Supreme Court overturned Roe vs Wade, the 1973 landmark decision in which the Court ruled that the Constitution of the United States generally protects a pregnant woman's liberty to choose to have an abortion. Today, it's a dark day for women's rights.

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The Equitist #25 | A thought for Afghanistan

June 22, 2022

I want to open this newsletter by sending a thought to Afghanistan, where an earthquake killed at least 1000 people. Because of the war in Ukraine, inflation, and other issues, sometimes it’s easy to forget that the country is now firmly in the hand...

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The Equitist #24 | We are back online!

June 21, 2022

After a long hiatus, I am again feeling the need to get back to sharing my thoughts on a daily basis. The last six months have been challenging - needless to say, many felt plunged into a long night of wars, economic turmoil, and...

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The Equitist #23 | Our future has no future!

December 22, 2021

You studied. You worked hard. You learned a second language. You know how to make a message go viral online. You use computers and software better than pen and paper. Still, you earn way less than your parents at your age, struggle to find...

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The Equitist #22 | Why are we so unhappy with our government?

December 21, 2021

2019 registered the highest share of people dissatisfied with democracy in modern times: 57.5%. Why? I think that one of the main reasons is that democratic governments do not deliver. In 2021, many people still go hungry and unsupported even in extremely wealthy countries....

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The Equitist #21 | We talked about business. Now let's talk about rights!

December 21, 2021

Last week in this newsletter, we discussed a few ideas to create an Equitist economic system. From discussing the issue of wealth accumulation, the topic of fiscal irresponsibility of major corporations, to how businesses should operate in an equitist world, I think we got...

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The Equitist #20 | Would you vote for an Equitist party?

December 16, 2021

As you read this newsletter, members of Atlas are gathering for an internal event to discuss the best way to bring our Equitist vision into parliaments and governments across the planet. As you have followed the first baby steps of this newsletter with energy and...

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The Equitist #19 | Is Omicron pissing you off? I know who to blame.

December 15, 2021

Today's newsletter will be shorter and less theoretical, as I had to invest a big part of my morning trying to get a hold of  COVID-19 lateral flow tests amid the new pandemic surge here in the United Kingdom. I couldn’t get a single...

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