Principles 3 – Democratisation

Principles 3 – Democratisation

Principles (Blog Series)
Here is the third edition of the 'Principles' series. Now, let's not dither around. By now you have probably realised that the titles of each principles post pins down a concept which is decidedly vague. What I'm going to do first is clarify. As vague as they may be, the argument is that these are principles that are priorities in most people's minds generally, it is just that as of recently they have been ignored or forgotten about. Things have shifted incredibly in favour of other principles that are nevertheless still important, but are often at odds with the ones used in the titles of each of the posts I make. For an example, these include measures such as proposing ever more stringent economic efficiency (as opposed to focussing on welfare)…
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Principles 2 – Communalism

Principles 2 – Communalism

Principles (Blog Series)
For this episode of 'Principles', we have a topic which more-or-less continues on from the train of thought we were left with with the principle of decentralisation. First of all, what we must acknowledge is that this next Principle we are advocating is strictly not to be confused with Communism or an allegiance to any ethnic group, vis-a-vis India. What we are doing here is speaking strictly in terms of an economic structure; an economic principle which allows us to elaborate on the poignancy and practical benefits of decentralisation, in the aim of helping to rebuild long-forgotten communities: the direct opposite principles involved in either of these two confusions. The basics of decentralisation in "Principles 1" explained the effects of current trends, the need for a synthesis of local authority-based investment…
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Principles 1 – Decentralisation

Principles 1 – Decentralisation

Principles (Blog Series)
Okay, so for the first of the ‘Principles’ series, we will discuss one of the primary problems facing the macroeconomic picture and global economies of today. One problem I will be facing myself in regards to this series and my blog as a whole, is that a lot of the topics, ‘principles’ and general ideas that I discuss will overlap. These problems are interconnected, are somewhat involved in an exacerbation of each other and I may find that I will be repeating myself. I will try my best to make sure that the lines of demarcation between these issues are defined to the utmost of my ability. As I briefly underlined in my introductory post some of what I think to be the main issues in the sphere of the…
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