John Gustavsson

John Gustavsson is a conservative writer from Sweden and has a doctorate in economics.

John Gustavsson
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How a Second Trump Term Could Destroy NATO

Withdrawing support from Ukraine would start a chain reaction.

A Brewing Crisis in Mexico

Budget cuts to the agency that oversees elections have sparked protests and present an even greater threat.

How Taxpayer Receipts Could Improve the Debate Over Spending

Americans struggle to understand how their tax dollars are spent.

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Turkish Demands Over Kurdish Refugees Are Threatening Sweden’s NATO Accession

It’s time for the U.S. and other NATO nations to put pressure on Erdoğan.

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Reimagining the Anglosphere

How a free movement zone between the U.S., U.K., Canada, Australia, and New Zealand could work.

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Even as the Tories Struggle, U.K.’s Labour Party Has Its Own Big Problems

Labour leader Keir Starmer is unpopular and must contend with divisions within his own party.

A Conservative Approach to Climate Change

There are practical alternatives to forcing people to give up their way of life.

A Solution to the Coming Global Migration Crisis

Western nations cannot possibly take in everyone who will seek asylum in the next few decades.

Winter Will Test the West’s Committment to Ukraine

If Europe can maintain sanctions when the temperatures turn to freezing, Russia will be flustered.

Can Liz Truss Be the Next Margaret Thatcher?

The favorite to become the next prime minister has already drawn the ire of unions because of her labor market reform proposals.