Cassandra Coefficient

Economic History Case Studies: “Happy Holy Days from Winter Markets!” (⇌)

“[Thanks to its Songun Policy and Juche], North Korea gets a high score for both ‘defense’ and “lack of dependence.” [The DPRK] can sever its limited connection to cyberspace even more easily and effectively than China can. Moreover, North Korea… Read More ›

On “Information Asymmetry”

Finding straightforward, unbiased media sources in the English-speaking world is difficult, if not next-to-impossible. It is even more troublesome in the German-speaking world, where certain Cognitive Biases prevail over the interpretations of past historical events from a distinctly West German… Read More ›