- Nov 2023
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definition: permanent security
- Extreme responses by states to security threats, enacted in the name of present and future self defence.
- Permanent security actions target entire civilian populations under the logic of ensuring that terrorists and insurgents can never again represent a threat. It is a project, in other words, that seeks to avert future threats by anticipating them today.
example: permanent security
- Russian-Ukraine war
- Vladimir Putin reasons that Ukraine must be forcibly returned to Russia so that it cannot serve as a launching site for NATO missiles into Russia decades from now.
- Myanmar-Rohingya conflict
- The Myanmarese military sought to squash separatism by expelling and killing the Rohingya minority in 2017
- China-Uyghur conflict
- China sought to pacify and reeducate Muslim Uyghurs by mass incarceration to forestall their striving for independence forever
- Israel-Palestine conflict
- Israel seeks to eliminate Hamas as a security threat once and for all after the 2023 Hamas attack on Israel
- The US sought to eliminate Saddam Hussein's nuclear capabilities and to eliminate Osama Bin Laden for his bombing of the World Trade center.
- Russian-Ukraine war
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- country: Ukraine
- expert: Lora Verheecke
- country: Kasachstan
- institution: Center for European Policy Analysis
- country: Canada
- institution: Iris
- program: Green Deal
- country: Australia
- institution: Corporate Europe Observatory
- process: energy transition
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- institution: Observatoire des multinationales
Die Ukraine wird ab Anfang 2025 kein russisches Erdgas mehr in europäische Länder weiterleiten und sich auch selbst vom.russischen Pipeline-Netz abkoppeln. Sie wird ihre Versorgung aus der eigenen Gasförderung decken. https://taz.de/Transitstopp-fuer-Gas/!5967136/
- Sep 2023
as journalist Branko Marcetic noted on Twitter
It was not just one journalist that made this claim, nor was a claim of Russian Pravda - it has been noted by many journalist around the world that the, undisputed so far (Sep 2023), claim that it was Boris Johnson who broke the peace negotiations was made by the Ukranian Pravda.
After CNN’s reporting, Musk reversed course, tweeting “the hell with it … we’ll just keep funding Ukraine govt for free.”
for: progress trap, unintended consequence, unintended consequence - Elon Musk, progress trap - Elon Musk - comment - the US military, Ukraine military have to deal with the unintended consequence of a vital communication system that can be turned off without notice or warning - what if Putin calls up Musk and says to him: - If you don't turn the Starlink off when Ukraine tries to mount major attack on Crimea, I will launch my nukes - What will Musk do then?
“How am I in this war?” Musk asks Isaacson. “Starlink was not meant to be involved in wars. It was so people can watch Netflix and chill and get online for school and do good peaceful things, not drone strikes.”
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- How am I in this war?
- Starlink was not meant to be involved in wars.
- It was so people can watch Netflix and chill and get online for school and do good peaceful things, not drone strikes.
- author: Elon Musk
- the Tech genius could not predict the progress trap of starlink being used by the Ukrainian army to send submarine drones to blow up Russian ships
- so he was forced into a position of playing God
As Ukrainian submarine drones strapped with explosives approached the Russian fleet, they “lost connectivity and washed ashore harmlessly,” Isaacson writes. Musk’s decision, which left Ukrainian officials begging him to turn the satellites back on, was driven by an acute fear that Russia would respond to a Ukrainian attack on Crimea with nuclear weapons
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- Here, Elon Musk demonstrates how the most powerful technological leaders are themselves unable to predict the unintended consequences of progress.
- This story exposes the power that no tech titan is immune to
- making one dimensional decisions based on high dimensional information whose salient relationships can not be predicted ahead of time.
- The dilemma of power - it is opaque and puts the fate of humanity in the decision of a few God-like individuals
- Do 8 billion people really trust one man to decide the fate of civilization?
- And yet, this is the kind of world that those in power continue to reify by consolidating their positions
- The myth of dictators wanting to hold onto power at all costs goes beyond the sphere of politics
- Elon Musk - Nuclear war
- Progress trap
- quote - Elon Musk - nuclear war - starlink - crimea
- Elon Musk - Ukraine - nuclear war
- unintended consequence
- Elon Musk Starlink - Crimea - Nuclear war
- progress trap - Elon Musk
- Starlink - nuclear war
- unintended consequence - Elon Musk
- progress trap
- Elon Musk - Starlink - Ukraine
- playing God
- Jun 2023
Der russische Angriff auf die Ukraine im Februar 2022 hat allein im ersten Jahr zu 120 Millionen Tonnen zusätzlicher CO2-Emissionen geführt. Das entspricht den Emissionen eines mittelgroßen Landes.
- May 2023
New to me form of censorship evasion: easter egg room in a mainstream online game that itself is not censored. Finnish news paper Helsingin Sanomat has been putting their reporting on the Russian war on Ukraine inside a level of online FPS game Counter Strike, translated into Russian. This as a way to circumvent Russian censorship that blocks Finnish media. It saw 2k downloads from unknown geographic origins, so the effect might be very limited.
- Mar 2023
- Feb 2023
Fascinating read. Esp the build up in the year before the Russian full invasion of Ukraine started.
The complexities of the response of South Africans to the war in Ukraine are discussed in this story. On the one hand, the South African ANC government has had a historical political and economic relationship with Russia that continues up to the invasion of Ukraine. On the other hand, the ANCs struggle against apartheid puts it in a paradoxical situation with the huge atrocities Russia is now perpetrating upon Ukraine.
Violations of early NATO treaty and alleged corruption within the Ukraine government cannot justify Putin's continued human rights atrocities.
In this day and age, does national sovereignty justify war? In this day and age, the need for Mutually Assured Destruction is indeed MADness .
With climate change breathing down our necks as well as the 6th mass extinction, we appear to be a world gone mad.
- Jan 2023
Zum Stand bei den westlichen Miltärhilfen für die Ukraine.
- Dec 2022
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On Facebook, we identified 51,269 posts (0.25% of all posts)sharing links to Russian propaganda outlets, generating 5,065,983interactions (0.17% of all interactions); 80,066 posts (0.4% of allposts) sharing links to low-credibility news websites, generating28,334,900 interactions (0.95% of all interactions); and 147,841 postssharing links to high-credibility news websites (0.73% of all posts),generating 63,837,701 interactions (2.13% of all interactions). Asshown in Figure 2, we notice that the number of posts sharingRussian propaganda and low-credibility news exhibits an increas-ing trend (Mann-Kendall 𝑃 < .001), whereas after the invasion ofUkraine both time series yield a significant decreasing trend (moreprominent in the case of Russian propaganda); high-credibilitycontent also exhibits an increasing trend in the Pre-invasion pe-riod (Mann-Kendall 𝑃 < .001), which becomes stable (no trend)in the period afterward. T
On Twitter, the picture is very similar in the case of Russianpropaganda, where all accounts are verified (with a few exceptions)and mostly associated with news outlets, and generate over 68%of all retweets linking to these websites (see panel a of Figure 4).For what concerns low-credibility news, there are both verified (wecan notice the presence of seanhannity) and not verified users,and only a few of them are directly associated with websites (e.g.zerohedge or Breaking911). Here the top 15 accounts generateroughly 30% of all retweets linking to low-credibility websites.
Figure 5: Top 15 spreaders of Russian propaganda (a) andlow-credibility content (b) ranked by the proportion ofretweets generated over the period of observation, with re-spect to all retweets linking to websites in each group. Weindicate those that are not verified using “hatched” bars
Figure 4: Top 15 spreaders of Russian propaganda (a) andlow-credibility content (b) ranked by the proportion of in-teractions generated over the period of observation, withrespect to all interactions around links to websites in eachgroup. Given the large number of verified accounts, we indi-cate those not verified using “hatched” bars.
- Nov 2022
Βρέθηκαν στη γραμμή πυρός από την αρχή, συμπεριλαμβανομένης της αεροπορικής επιδρομής της 9ης Μαρτίου που κατέστρεψε ένα μαιευτήριο στην κατεχόμενη πλέον πόλη-λιμάνι της Μαριούπολης.
There are reasons why the U.S. might want to project power into the Black Sea region.
Unfortunately he doesn't describe any such reasons.
- Oct 2022
- Why is Russia state a "regime"? More than eg Egypt's or Israel's contra its arab-speakng citizens?
- Why is Putin responsible more than eg Medvedev or Zuganov of Lacrov or other officials and strongmen of the russia government? Why is it necessary to name the PM of Russia?
- Sep 2022
The US then began integrating Ukraine into NATO, such that by June of 2020 it was recognised as an “Enhanced Opportunities Partner”. A year later, the two countries signed a “Charter on Strategic Partnership”, which declared that the US supports Ukraine’s “aspirations to join NATO”.
After the Maidan revolution the US started to integrate Ukraine into NATO through unofficial means.
By June 2020 they were recognised as an Enhanced Opportunities Partner (https://www.nato.int/cps/en/natohq/news_176327.htm)
A year later in 2021 the US and Ukraine signed a "Charter on Strategic Partnership" which declared that the US supports Ukrain's aspirations to join NATO (https://www.state.gov/u-s-ukraine-charter-on-strategic-partnership/).
- Jul 2022
Der Krieg gegen die Ukraine als climate war
In Frankreich werden (wie in anderen europäischen Ländern) fossile Energien mit der Begründung, die Kaufkraft müsse in der Krise erhalten werden, massiv gefördert. Dazu gehören der Bau eines neuen Flüssiggaserminals, die Fortsetzung der Kohleverstromung und Zuschüsse für Benzin und Diesel sowie Heizöl.
"The attack cast serious doubt on the credibility of Russia's commitment," US Secretary of State Antony Blinken said
Because that is the problem, this attack is what puts doubts about the credibility
- Jun 2022
- Apr 2022
The reverberations of the war in Ukraine widened on Wednesday, jolting energy markets and threatening
Public Enemy 2022 Most hated & wanted person for today: Vlad Draputin + Xi Jum Ping Reason: Mass Murder and Human Rights Oppression
Let's try to examine the roots of the Ukrainian conflict. It starts with those who for the last eight years have been talking about "separatists" or "independentists" from Donbass. This is a misnomer. The referendums conducted by the two self-proclaimed Republics of Donetsk and Lugansk in May 2014, were not referendums of "independence" (независимость), as some unscrupulous journalists have claimed, but referendums of "self-determination" or "autonomy" (самостоятельность). The qualifier "pro-Russian" suggests that Russia was a party to the conflict, which was not the case, and the term "Russian speakers" would have been more honest. Moreover, these referendums were conducted against the advice of Vladimir Putin.
The referenda of Donestk and Lugansk were not about independence but about self-determination.
The Russian statement also cites a video posted online by the mayor of Bucha, Anatoliy Fedoruk, which claimed Bucha had been liberated as of 31 March 2022.
Indeed is suspicious that there was much happiness and not a mention of such a war crime.
suspicions they had fought for Ukrainian armed forces in the Donbas in 2014, or even “simply for having a tattoo of Ukraine’s national emblem”.
Just some sparse thoughts:
the second is more likely. the first sounds like a speculation but without much sense.
to understand also if donbass rebels may have joined russian forces and carried a revenge killing autonomously.
the whole killing is too random and with little strategic sense, to be a clear command to russian troops. (claiming "they are just mad" doesn't hold up much)
I'm going to use this page to test some Hypothesis features.
There's probably a whole lot to be said about differentiating Putin and Russia.
Putin is a Gambler (Takes Calculated Risks aggressively)
I think Putin is also performatively:
- a bully
- "crazy" - what if he goes nuclear, omg?!?
- cruel - the cruelty is the point
- Mar 2022
In the video, the soldiers of the special forces of the DPR described the real situation in Mariupol, criticizing the hooray-patriotic approach of many Russian and local journalists.
Much down to earth report from a Donetsk fighter about Mariupol progress of Russian invasion, seems to be older than March 30.
However, Erdogan said Turkey and Russia were also negotiating a way to use the Ruble and Turkish Lira for tourism as Putin promised the Turkish leader he would encourage Russians to travel to Turkey.
Mhtsotaki's unconditional pro-West stance has given Turkey all kinds of leverage and benefits, including economical ones.
Two super-yachts belonging to the sanctioned Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich docked in Turkish ports earlier this week. Istanbul has also become one of the main destinations for Russians fleeing their country.
Turkey has replaced Russia as a safe-port to avoid the West's menace - Snowden would flee to Turkey nowadays.
Putin's Early Bird History Book Russia's occupation on Ukraine and innocent mass murder marked a sign of harassing human life simply because of greed, arrogance and pride. Why they (or we) don't realize if those things only temporary and soon people will write you on the dark side of history books. Surely the topic is about "The most horrible humankind ever lived on earth". This book contains long list and every generation provide it and this period is you. Pray for your after life, Comrade!
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‘Freedom convoy’ forums find new focus: Disinformation about Russia-Ukraine war - National | Globalnews.ca. (n.d.). Global News. Retrieved 21 March 2022, from https://globalnews.ca/news/8659667/ukraine-russia-convoy-misinformation-conspiracy/
The American sanctions created more than just sewage problems, and Japanese leaders came to believe they would lose power if they did nothing. They also believed they would lose power if they abandoned the war in China. As a result, Tokyo expanded the war and attacked Pearl Harbor. Critically, the Japanese cabinet chose to attack the United States even after it received analysis which reached the “unequivocal conclusion” that war with the United States “was unwinnable.”
What if sanctions catastrophically succeed?
And this needs to be made explicit. EU leaders and Biden need to announce clearly and repeatedly that if Russian troops pull back from Ukraine, the sanctions will all be quickly dropped. The part about removing Putin from power shouldn’t be stated; it will be implicit, since Putin is unlikely to ever personally forge an enduring peace with Ukraine.
It's important for the West to stop demonizing Putin - it's just an elaborate form of saber rattling. And here it is a method to go ahead.
They need to not just pull their soldiers back from Ukraine, but implement some kind of guarantee of lasting peace — and to allow Ukraine to join the EU and NATO if it wishes.
Impossible to have a truce agreement as proposed here (have just one country in NATO).
How Vladimir Putin’s childhood is affecting us all
Putin is merely at the extreme end of the spectrum of people with ACE. Indeed we could take the title of this article and substitute with many other people, in public as well as our own private lives: How X's childhood is affecting us all. We all know at least one person we could substitute for X!
“The choice that we faced in Ukraine — and I'm using the past tense there intentionally — was whether Russia exercised a veto over NATO involvement in Ukraine on the negotiating table or on the battlefield,” said George Beebe, a former director of Russia analysis at the CIA and special adviser on Russia to former Vice President Dick Cheney. “And we elected to make sure that the veto was exercised on the battlefield, hoping that either Putin would stay his hand or that the military operation would fail.”
So invasion of Russia's in Ukraine had been explicitly provoked by CIA!
« Η επιλογή που αντιμετωπίσαμε στην Ουκρανία — και χρησιμοποιώ σκόπιμα την ένταση του παρελθόντος εκεί — ήταν εάν η Ρωσία άσκησε βέτο για τη συμμετοχή του ΝΑΤΟ στην Ουκρανία στο τραπέζι των διαπραγματεύσεων ή στο πεδίο της μάχης» δήλωσε ο Τζορτζ Μπίμπε, πρώην διευθυντής ανάλυσης της Ρωσίας στη CIA και ειδικός σύμβουλος για τη Ρωσία στον πρώην αντιπρόεδρο Ντικ Τσένι. Παρακάτω: η πλήρης διάλεξη του Πανεπιστημίου του Σικάγου John J. Mearsheimer, η οποία τώρα γίνεται ιογενής.. Ο Μπίμπι της CIA ακολουθεί αυτή την σχεδόν απίστευτη ατάκα: «Και εκλέξαμε για να βεβαιωθούμε ότι το βέτο ασκήθηκε στο πεδίο της μάχης, ελπίζοντας ότι είτε ο Πούτιν δεν θα το αποτολμήσει είτε η επιχείρησή του θα αποτύχει”.
Η μεταφραση ειναι χαλια, εδώ το αγγλικό κειμενο.
PUTIN DOES HAVE THE CAPACITY TO DRIVE THAT NARRATIVE EVEN IN THE CASE OF WHAT'S GOING TO BE A MUCH WORSE ECONOMIC COLLAPSE THAN WHEN ANYONE IN THE UNITED STATES HAS BEEN EXPERIENCING FOR A CENTURY.
Information warfare against Russian propaganda against its own people will not work.
At a global climate meeting Monday, Ukraine’s representative, Svitlana Krakovska, pointed out the connection: “Human-induced climate change and the war on Ukraine have the same roots—fossil fuels—and our dependence on them,”
Kill two birds with one stone.
Schreiber, M. (2022, March 4). ‘Bot holiday’: Covid disinformation down as social media pivot to Ukraine. The Guardian. https://www.theguardian.com/media/2022/mar/04/bot-holiday-covid-misinformation-ukraine-social-media
The idea that Russia has a particular responsibility for the Russian communities outside Russia became a core part of the identity of Moscow’s foreign policy elite in the early 1990s and has been a key driver in the evolution of Russia’s approach to its neighbourhood.
The alleged rationale for invading Ukraine is not new. What's different now is the complete lack of popular support combined with unrelenting violence -- disregarding reality.
- Russia and Ukraine DO have a shared culture and origin, but all people have that actually. Both cultures (plus Belarus) shaped each other, it's incorrect to say that any one was once part of the other (the "ancient Rus" were not today's Russians).
- Putin fits his ideas of a strong Russia into the historical context with disregard for actual facts.
- In that he leaves the Ukrainians no choice of their own culture or power to shape it, which short-circuits (invalidates) the entire discussion.
However, this assertion does not make sense if Ukraine and Russia are the same.
Why doesn't it make sense according to his reasoning? This would simply be a territorial dispute if you incorrectly believe that cultures are static (that Ukrainians are carbon copies of Russians). In that case the Soviet Union would have carved Ukraine out of Russia's territory, and after the fall of the Union Ukraine continued as a separate nation without reason.
That's of course ignoring the historical fact that Ukraine was not actually Russian territory (as described above).
The whole topic is clearly a personal idée fixe for him: back in July 2013, and before the annexation of Crimea and the war in eastern Ukraine that followed during the subsequent year, he gave a speech in Kyiv stating that all of Ukraine was historical Russia.
Integrating Ukraine into Russia is not a new idea. How many other people inside Russia believe this (disregarding effects of propaganda)? Putin can't be the one who invented it?
Ukrainians, Russians and Belarusians have all used Rus’ as part of their compound name at various times; but this only means they are kin, not the ‘same people’. Putin’s argument that the Ancient Rus’ were ancient Russians is, therefore, only one possibility out of four.
Ukrainians, Russians, and Belarusians DO have a shared culture -- but that simply means they are similar to each other. No two people are exactly the same.
Putin ignores what happened when Ukrainians and Russians lived in separate states – actually for a longer period than when they lived together.
Putin is bending historical facts to fit his idealistic claims. Which means his goal is implementing that static ideal of a strong Russia, not adapting it to allow for progress.
That takes us back to before the scientific revolution.
We could see Kyiv in the same situation as Homs, as the same situation as Aleppo, which would be catastrophic, and, again, would plant terrible seeds of hatred for years and decades. So far, we've seen hundreds of people being killed, Ukrainian citizens being killed. 00:47:04 It could reach tens of thousands, hundreds of thousands. So in this sense, it's extremely painful to contemplate. And this is why we need again and again to urge the leaders to stop this war, and especially, again and again, tell Putin, "You will not be able to absorb Ukraine into Russia. 00:47:30 They don't want it, they don't want you. If you continue, the only thing you will achieve is to create terrible hatred between Ukrainians and Russians for generations. It doesn't have to be like that."
Will this reality overcome the pride threshold of him losing this epic war?
his long-term goal, the whole rationale of the war, 00:07:47 is to deny the existence of the Ukrainian nation and to absorb it into Russia. And to do that, it's not enough to conquer Ukraine. You also need to hold it. And it's all based on this fantasy, on this gamble, that most of the population in Ukraine would agree to this, would even welcome this. 00:08:11 And we already know that it's not true. That the Ukrainians are a very real nation; they are fiercely independent; they don’t want to be part of Russia; they will fight like hell. And in the long-run, again, you can conquer a country, But as the Russians learned in Afghanistan, as the Americans learned also in Afghanistan, also in Iraq, it's much harder to hold a country.
Does Putin know this? Do his advisors know this? If so, is the current targeting of civilians all to save face? What a price to pay!
For centuries, Kyiv was looking westwards and was a part of a union with Lithuania and Poland until it was eventually conquered and absorbed by the Russian Empire, by the czarist empire. But even after that, Ukrainians remained a separate people to a large extent, and it's important to know that because this is really what is at stake in this war.
Putin's twisted logic rests on the assumption that Russia's conquering of Ukraine by war for a brief part of history justifies his (false) assertion that Ukraine was always a part of Russia.
- "Restoring the Russian empire" requires an easy victory over Ukraine, as it's meant as a "liberation" from the western "empire of lies".
- The fierce resistance by the Ukrainian people invalidates this premise. Their national identity is strengthened through the resistance in this conflict.
- This means Putin pushed Ukraine further away from Russia, rather than integrate them.
- If he extracts political concessions from Ukraine (e.g. that they won't join NATO), the only way to enforce them is through intimidation. The effectiveness of economic sanctions may prevent this from working longer term
But the Russian despot has told his lie so many times that he apparently believes it himself.
Does Putin even see the population of Russia as real people? Particularly the activists. Maybe he thinks that most people need to be told what to do ("freed from the empire of lies").
- Feb 2022
But if you look at [the demands Putin made of the west before invading], it’s not just Ukraine.
Putin's stated goal isn't even about Ukraine directly, just about preventing its shift to the west politically. https://youtu.be/1qS6J-WbTD8?t=1364
Russian armored vehicles are loaded onto railway platforms
They are loaded onto railway flatcars. The platform is the area in the photo marked by white lines - where passengers board trains.
Journalists know very little about the world around them yet present themselves as authoritative.
- Oct 2021
Coronavirus Pandemic Data Explorer. (n.d.). Our World in Data. Retrieved March 3, 2021, from https://ourworldindata.org/coronavirus-data-explorer
- Saudi Arabia
- Equatorial Guinea
- Central African Republic
- New Zealand
- Mashall Islands
- North America
- South Sudan
- Northern Cyprus
- Saint Vincent
- Falkland Islands
- Solomon Islands
- El Salvador
- South America
- Costa Rica
- Faeroe Islands
- Cote d'ivoire
- Cayman Islands
- South Korea
- Dominician Republic
- Sri Lanka
- Saint Helena
- Saint Kitts and Nevis
- Sao Tome and Principe
- San Marino
- United Arab Emirates
- Sierra Leone
- North Macedonia
- Turks and Caicos Islands
- Papua New Guinea
- Isle of Man
- Democratic Republic of Congo
- Europian Union
- case fatality rate
- Hong Kong
- Saint Lucia
- Burkina Faso
- South Africa
- Cape Verde
- Jul 2021
Erlich, A., Garner, C., Pennycook, G., & Rand, D. G. (2021). Does Analytic Thinking Insulate Against Pro-Kremlin Disinformation? Evidence from Ukraine [Preprint]. PsyArXiv. https://doi.org/10.31234/osf.io/4yrdj
- Dec 2020
Długosz, P., & Kryvachuk, L. (2020). Neurotic generation of Covid-19 in Eastern Europe. PsyArXiv. https://doi.org/10.31234/osf.io/mwhzk
- Eastern Europe
- life satisfaction
- education burnout
- distance education
- financial situation
- neurotic generation
- pandemic interest
- Oct 2020
They are determined to prevent the Internet from serving as a tool for “colorrevolution” in the way that online media and communication tools empowered activists inUkraine and Lebanon. Thus in 2005 the Chinese government updated its regulations control-ling online news and information, and aggressively leaned on organizations hosting onlinechatrooms and blogs to stop the spread of online discussions about recent local governmentcrackdowns against farmer protests in the Chinese countryside.
China is determined to not have the internet serve as a tool that helps bring about another color revolution, like in Ukraine and Lebanon.
In the past they've leaned aggressive on organizations hosting discussions about government crackdowns.
- Oct 2019
Differential Effects of Capital-Enhancing and Recreational Internet Use on Citizens’ Demand for Democracy
- Oct 2017
I dint know Ukraine still had this material until 2012
- Apr 2015
There are several other important considerations related to LEB. First, there is a risk of capture of legislation by the domestic industry. Once an inefficient industry comes to rely on LEB for survival, the Ukrainian parliament might find it difficult to rescind the ban in the future. Second, LEB and other similar measures underscore that the Ukrainian parliament finds it acceptable to intervene in functioning of the markets based on empirically dubious rationale. The parliament substitutes the market by deciding how resources should be allocated. In doing so, the parliament teaches the businesses and the industry that they should compete through lobbying in the parliament, financial and informational, rather than through innovation and efficiency improvement in the market place.