Free Private Cities and western States in direct Comparison

    Federal Republic of Germany Free Private City Relationship between individual-community Superordination/subordination relationship (Authority – Subject). Parties on an equal footing (Customer – Service provider). Legal position of the individual Established in the Constitution and in individual laws, which may be amended at any time by the public authorities or interpreted differently than previously.…

The Future of Liberalism

“In this way, the privatisation of law — for small, experimental jurisdictions like Free Private Cities — is liberalism’s last mile. Law will come to be tested within an evolutionary fitness landscape. Good law survives.” CapX published an article titled “Free Private Cities: the future of liberalism”, presenting the concept as the next step towards economical…

Live Free at Sea

“Most cruise ships fly the flag of say, Panama or Liberia, and they’re sort of de facto self-governing. Liberia has no capacity to enforce rules on the three and a half thousand ships that fly its flag. So a captain is a de facto dictator. Why doesn’t he become a tyrant? And the answer is…

A Revolution in Human Coexistence

Now imagine a system in which a private company as a “government service provider” offers you protection of life, liberty and property. This service includes internal and external security, a legal and regulatory framework and independent dispute resolution. You pay a contractually fixed fee for these services per year. The government service provider, as the…

Private Governance as a Service

With the addition of many Free Private Cities to today’s states, there would be healthy competition to force all societies to meet certain minimum standards for the benefit of their citizens, because in such a world there would be great competition for the citizens. This will lead to an increase in the quality of public…

Free Private Cities: A Hub for Innovation

Around the year 1400 China had the best, largest and most seaworthy ships in the world. Huge fleets sailed to Indonesia, India, Arabia and as far as the east coast of Africa. The Chinese were about to circumnavigate the Cape of Good Hope, travel up the west coast of Africa and finally discover the sea…