Krisitian Niemietz writes for CapX
“Whenever a crisis of any sort comes along, you can bet your bottom dollar people will start accusing other people of “politicising” a difficult moment, or using it for “political point-scoring””
, says Dr Kristian Niemietz, Head of Political Economy at the Institute of Economic Affairs.
Writing for CapX, Kristian notes that while people often accuse their opponents of politicising a crisis they would consider themselves to be rationally pointing out the political implications if the situation were reversed.
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