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
Last Saturday, the government of Liberland released a second draft of its Constitution. The constitution is being authored by Kacper Zajac who has described himself as “legally educated” and is part of Vit’s team in Prague. Mr. Zajac has been working on drafting the constitution for nearly two months now, and for his efforts we …Read More
Why haven’t I received citizenship yet? Have you reviewed my application? When will I be hearing from Liberland? Why is it taking so long? These are just some of the questions you can see asked daily on Liberland forums and comment sections. Liberland enjoys such strong support from its hopeful citizens all over the world, …Read More
Liberland has been nothing short of a media sensation, with reporters from around the globe taking keen interest in covering the young nation. And while the world’s biggest media outlets have plenty of resources, they have seemingly failed to make use of them in order to get their facts straight about Liberland. Take for instance The …Read More
Dear readers, Our media was honoured to attend the crucial meeting between the President of Liberland and his main work team. Lawyers, IT specialists, colonizing expeditions’ co-ordinators and many others were also present. We were very impressed by the size and complexity of all tasks that need to be interoperable and secured. A huge amount …Read More
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