Liberland’s Fourth Anniversary Celebration: A Success!

Liberland, the newest and freest country in Europe, has celebrated its fourth anniversary. This year, the celebration was held in Sombor, Serbia. Scheduled items included speeches, presentations, unveilings, dinners, awards ceremonies, and a boat trip to Liberland proper, this last escorted by the waterway authorities from both our neighboring nations. Among over 100 participants we …Read More

Liberland Opens an Office in Brussels

Liberland President Vit Jedlicka and Vice President Pierre-Louis Boitel opened our permanent representative office in Brussels. It is located in a beautifully decorated 17th century house close to EFTA and EU headquarters. We also have four new representatives that were entrusted with the responsibility to push recognition of Liberland in international institutions based in Brussels. …Read More

What Can Liberland Learn from Other Small Countries?

Liberland may have a big spirit, but in terms of landmass, it is a relatively small nation. Altogether the country is 7 km2 — 51057 times smaller than Germany — so how can Liberland compete on the international landscape? The nation is not alone in this struggle; small countries such as Belgium or Malta are economically prosperous and …Read More

2019 Washington Elite AI and Blockchain Summit

The Liberland Delegation arrived at the Cambria Hotel in Washington, D.C. early Friday morning, February 1st. The delegation included: Vice President Bogie Wozniak, Honorary Ambassador-at-large Steven Melnik, and Ohio Representative Joseph Langenbrunner. The conference was a 2-day event with many industry leaders in the AI & Blockchain space in attendance. During the summit, Honorary Ambassador-at-large …Read More

Foreign Policy III: AnCapistan

In my first article on foreign policy, I discussed normative foreign policy in the context of the United States Constitution. The second article focused on a specific aspect of foreign policy: I posited that the United States should diplomatically recognize Liberland. Here, I will discuss “foreign policy” in a stateless society: “AnCapistan,” if you will. What would foreign policy look …Read More

US Libertarian Party now supports recognition of Liberland

After numerous exchanges with members of the Liberland administration, such as David Molyneaux and Joseph Langenbrunner (cheers to our dedicated team members ! ), the US Libertarian now supports the recognition of the Free Republic of Liberland. Libertarian candidate, Gary Johnson, gathered four million voters during the previous US presidential election.     This good …Read More