Category: Britain

Britain’s historical legacy of confronting colonialism and slavery

In recent times, Britain has been embroiled in a contentious debate about its historical legacy, particularly concerning the role of slavery and colonialism in its economic development. This debate has been fueled by publications such as “Imperial Measurement: A Cost-Benefit Analysis of Western Colonialism,” a recent work by Kristian Niemietz published by the Institute of […]

Britain heading towards election amid uncertain future of the country

As Britain approaches the general election on July 4, the nation’s political landscape is dominated by the dismal track record of the ruling Conservative Party and the diminishing economic prospects facing the United Kingdom. After 14 years of Conservative rule, the Tories are likely to lose power. However, the monumental task of cleaning up the […]