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The Equitist #15 | A glimpse of hope: an overview of the Equitist philosophy

November 25, 2021

Have you ever felt like things are finally coming together, like pieces of a jigsaw puzzle you started a long time ago? This is how I feel when I think about Equitism. For many years Colombe, myself, and our colleagues have pushed different projects...

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The Equitist #14 | The global economy: a tale of two stories

November 24, 2021

Last week, we discussed how you could be a multi-millionaire if you invested $1000 in cryptocurrencies a year ago. While not many sectors of our economies have experienced such roller coasters, the pandemic has created dystopian situations. Stock markets rallied while small businesses shut;...

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The Equitist #13 | A flawed power structure

November 23, 2021

If you read the previous issues of this work, you probably know that in our view: democracy is under threat,  the digital world is about to change the way we experience reality dramatically, and the growth of transnational dynamics, such as climate change, calling...

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Newsletter - November 22nd, 2021

November 22, 2021

In the aftermath of the first Summit between U.S. President Biden and China’s President Xi, uncertainties about the future are running high. While the two superpowers are trying to de-escalate tensions, it’s clear that the years ahead will be bumpy: democracy, climate, and many...

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The Equitist #12 | A borderless Dilemma

November 19, 2021

After having explored the decline of democracy and the surge of the digital world, today I'd like to take what most of all screams for the creation of a global equitist front: the cancellation of barriers, or in other terms, "we are all in...

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The Equitist #11 | A Digital Life

November 18, 2021

After exploring the external and internal threats democracy is undergoing, I intend to dive into another fundamental shift of our times: the dramatic surge of the digital revolution. Being almost in my 30's, I am old enough to remember life before the internet was...

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