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Paul Tolmachev

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Paul Tolmachev is an Investment Manager, Economist and Political Analyst. He is Certified Professional in Philosophy, Politics and Economics (PPE Program), Duke University. Having more than 20 years’ experience in the financial markets, Paul held management positions in leading international investment and wealth management firms. Paul is serving as a Portfolio Manager for BlackRock with more than $500 million in personally managed assets. He also is a visiting scholar at the Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research, where he researches institutional and political economy, decision science and social behavior, specializing in the analysis of macroeconomics, politics, and social processes. Paul is a columnist and contributor to a number of international think tanks and publications, including Duke University, Mises Institute, Eurasia Review, WallStreetWindow, The Epoch Times, Investing.com, etc.

The West’s demands on Russia are false. Let us turn to...

What is an important feature of the linear paleo-human consciousness that has its roots in biology? It is that a person unencumbered by humanistic...

Results 2022: How the European “Moral” Policy Prolongs the War and...

I am an unconditional relativist. Everyone who reads me knows that. If you understand economics, anthropology, biology, mathematics, know a little history, and have...

Global Hypershift: The Causes of Dramatic Instability and What Lies Ahead –...

2022 is the year of events that I call the HYPERSHIFT. This year is characterized by the fact that the accumulated contradictions and inefficiencies...

The State of Today: Money, Pickles and Unfreedom – Paul Tolmachev

Simplifications and reference to bases are a useful thing to look more clear at what we have today and what we will have tomorrow....

The State is the main problem of the economy and the...

Once again, let us acknowledge openly the following fact: government expansion and socialist bias in the economic and social policies of the governments of...

Now it’s “all up to Joe,” or how the state is...

The results of the congressional elections will have long-term and short-term implications, but their significance for the economy and markets clearly should not be...

Free Will and Social Behavior: Who Is Responsible for What –...

There are two basic frameworks for behavior: biology, as the internal, endogenous determinant of human and community behavior, and ecology, as the exogenous shaping...

The Social Nature of Dictatorship and Democracy: Biology Determines – Economics...

All social communities of living organisms (and communities are not only social) are a form of uniting efforts of individual living organisms, usually of...