Cryptocurrencies and South Korea

Cryptocurrencies and South Korea

By Max Mittleman

Cryptocurrencies  have become a $700+ billion dollar market. This highly unregulated form of currency has baffled most governments who are accustomed to controlling the  money supplies in their countries. South Korea is one of the biggest markets for cryptocurrencies, but its government is not too keen on the idea. South  Korean decisions on banning cryptocurrency affect the global market of the  digital assets.

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Korean Olympics: North to South

Korean Olympics: North to South

By: Max Mittleman.

As the 2018 Olympics get underway, the relationship between North and South Korea is as much in the spotlight as are the athletes preparing for competition. What has changed in the thirty years since the last Olympics held on the Korean penninsula? 

Image credit: https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/e/ed/Korea_olympic_march_2010.jpg

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Kenyan Supreme Court: Election Fraud Stops Now

Kenyan Supreme Court: Election Fraud Stops Now

By: Max Mittleman.

Concerns over election fraud and hacking have become a world-wide concern. Kenya joins many other countries left questioning the authenticity of election results, with this issue being reviewed by that nation's Supreme Court. Has Kenyan democracy has been given a new jolt of energy which may provide for future election legitimacy?

Image attribution: By JimSlim, information available at https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:25332612.nairoboi013.JPG.

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