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During decline, throughout history, a series of policies is invariably undertaken to save those in government. These policies are always at the expense of the populace.

VIDEO: The Anarchast: Jeff Berwick Interviews Our Editor, Joel Bowman

Jeff Berwick—who runs Anarchapulco 2019—sits down with Joel and chats about living the unfettered international life.

Shopping for a New Country

Ken Evoy is the kind of immigrant that most countries would love. The founder of Internet start-up Solo Build It!, which competes directly with WIX and GoDaddy, works ten-hour days, keeps his fingernails clean and gets along with neighbors. Lately Evoy, a Canadian doctor who resides in the Caribbean, has been shopping to further geo-diversify […]

Where Should I Go?

One of the questions I’m most often asked is, “I’ve decided to get out of my home country before it’s too late. Which countries are the best ones to go to?” Unfortunately, answering this question is akin to answering, “What’s the best place in town for me to have lunch?” The question is too broad […]

The Value in Being of Little Consequence

In recent times, we’ve witnessed great turmoil in the Middle East. Countries such as Iran, Iraq, Libya, etc. would seem, on the surface, to be relatively valueless deserts yet, for a hundred years, other countries have squabbled over them. And, of course, we know that the reason is oil – a highly profitable commodity that’s […]

Doug Casey on the USA: Fight, or Flight?

An Interview with Doug Casey and Joel Bowman Joel Bowman: When we left off last, I think you and I were talking about burning one’s passport, which seems like a natural enough subject for a couple of anti-statists to address. While we’re on the topic, I can’t help but notice that the number of U.S. […]

Seeking Galt’s Gulch

If ever there were to be a time that a Galt’s Gulch should be created by those seeking an escape from bureaucracy, it would be now.

There Might Be Dragons (the Fear of Internationalization)

If you’re alarmed by the growing threat – from your own government – to your financial health and personal freedom, I can’t blame you.

There Goes the Neighbourhood

It was a difficult decision, but for many, it proved to be for the best.

International Man Expat Interviews—British Columbia, Canada

Vancouver is a popular choice for those seeking to expatriate from the US while experiencing minimal changes in lifestyle.

International Man Expat Interviews—British Columbia, Canada

Vancouver is a popular choice for those seeking to expatriate from the US while experiencing minimal changes in lifestyle.

The Need to Escape Collapsing Empires

Don’t fence yourself in. Be willing to move and safeguard your assets to build life again for your children and grandchildren in a better environment.

Shopping for the Right-Sized Country

In seeking a country, size does matter. Ironically, though, smaller is often better.

Three Primary Factors in Gaining Acceptance as an Expat

If you do these three things you will significantly increase the chances of successfully living in another country.

“There’s Nothing Like Beirut in the Summer”

Nick Giambruno talks about his experiences in the Middle East and international diversification tips.

Fear of Going Abroad, Part 3—The Locals

The third greatest fear amongst those considering expatriation is the potential lack of acceptance from the locals.

Fear of Going Abroad, Part 2—Personal Ties

Obligations to family keep many people from expanding their horizons, even if they believe that a move will better their lives.

Internationalization Q & A

A guide to the most frequently asked questions.

Internationalization Q & A

A guide to the most frequently asked questions.

Fear of Going Abroad, Part 1—Lack of Funds

How people of modest means can internationalize.

Fear of Going Abroad, Part 1—Lack of Funds

How people of modest means can internationalize.

A Blueprint for Internationalizing Yourself

A commonsense guide for those considering internationalization.

Doug Casey on Internationalization

Best-selling author Doug Casey discusses why expatriating from the West will become much more difficult in the coming years – and why it’s more necessary than ever to do it.

A ‘Boots on the Ground’ Perspective in Cyprus

Geoff is a Canadian expat who is retired and lives in Cyprus. He shares with us what is happening on the ground there and how he decided to make the Mediterranean island his home.

Seeking a Spirit Of Benevolence

The “welcome mat” is different in each country. As the First World devolves, we will see a steady increase in people seeking asylum in countries other than their birth country. Interestingly, many people who are making their first major move overseas overlook one of the most critical criteria – the attitude and mindset of the local people.

The Burning Barn

Expatriation, both of assets and oneself, is a common thread in many articles and forum posts on the International Man Network and elsewhere. Today, Jeff Thomas talks about the opposite side of the equation – repatriation – returning to one’s original country.

Meet the Founder of the Expat Blog

International Man members might be familiar with the Expat Blog, a gathering place for expats living abroad and for people wanting information about specific countries around the world. It is our pleasure today to bring you an interview with Julien Faliu, founder of the Expat Blog.

Demystifying Panama – Part 1

If you have ever considered relocating to or investing in Panama, and you do not know, or at least know of, Bob Adams, you are behind the curve. It is impossible to sum up in one sentence who or what Bob is, but suffice it to say he is an American who has lived and worked all over the world for many years, with foreign aid programs, humanitarian agencies and international businesses, all dealing with economic development. As such, he has his finger on the pulse of global economic news, and his eye on the implications of world events.

How to Avoid Diversification Disappointment

There are many things to consider when one decides to internationalize. There will be some give-and-take, and we probably won’t find everything that we want in any one location. However, with some forethought and imagination, we can find a place that will suit us fairly well. Jeff Thomas discusses a few of these considerations and how to avoid being disappointed.

Searching for Opportunities in the Great White North

Today I have the pleasure of introducing you to Andrey Dashkov, a very recent immigrant from the northeastern European country of Belarus. He and his wife both moved across the pond to Canada in late 2011 and in this interview, Andrey talks about his experiences and what it took for him to leave his homeland for the Great White North.

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