Undone: A Financial World Unravelling

While decentralized currency poses new opportunities it also poses new challenges. In the wake of the 2008 World Financial Crisis, everyone was looking for alternative in a World where fake money had been so badly inflated it swallowed whole institutions like Lehmans. Speculation on fiat currency and financial instruments had become a fast numbers game….

Undone: A Financial World Unravelling

While decentralized currency poses new opportunities it also poses new challenges. In the wake of the 2008 World Financial Crisis, everyone was looking for alternative in a World where fake money had been so badly inflated it swallowed whole institutions like Lehmans. Speculation on fiat currency and financial instruments had become a fast numbers game….

Currency Wars: Hawkish on Crypto and Fiat

Even as Istanbul banned Crypto currency in April, the Turkish nation has begun to initiate peace talks with the Taliban.  These are giant steps even as the US has determined to pull it’s troops out.  War has always been a means for some developed nations to increase country financials.  However, in 2008 the US used…

Free World Rising: Resurrgence of the Fighting Turks

It is without wonder that the Turks of southeastern Europe are known as a stout population. In 1923 the Turks won a fierce war against a host of allies and Western European powers to secure its ancestral homeland. Many are wondering why Turkey and its tenacious leader has come to the fore. While economic and…

Oversize: EU Gambles on Size for Survival

When Germany took the helm of the EU as parliamentary chair with its mobius symbol at the helm, many believed Germany would act to bring EU members closer. That notion, however does not typically characterize the way that Germany has consistently interfaced with other European states. Instead of strengthening older tues, Germany was looking for…

Leveraged Rage: Myanmar’s Economic Boom Going Bust

While we were all looking the other way, a coup broke in Myanmar. After years of United Nations and Western-led pushes for sanctions and suspicion against the nation for purported humanitarian issues , it’s State Counselor (head of state), Daw Aung San Suu Kyi was ousted from power in February 2021. To be sure the…

Dividing The Balkans: Saving the Union

While the world watches Western Europe fumbling a Covid-19 Vaccine rollout, few have been keeping tabs on the volatile Balkan region. The European Union, in an attempt to both save the EU and wrest popular power from the hands of an ever strengthening Russia has attempted to assimilate specific Balkan states. Most notably, it has…

While You Were Sleeping: Leveraging The Old Trade Order

The UK just signed a mega £1.2billion pound free-trade deal with Ghana. The resource-scarce nation has been signing a frenzy of trade deals post Brexit (The Britain’s exit from the EU). The deal will give Ghana instant tariff-free access, especially for the products it exports most. According to an official release from the UK Department…

Unraveling the Technology Divide

The tech sector in the United Kingdom is currently the fastest growing segment of its economy according to the UK based, DiversityInTech.co.uk. This means the UK is seeing its greatest gains in the area of technology development. Despite the fact that BAME (Black, Asian Minority Ethnic) make up only 15 percent of Britain’s tech sector,…

From Tech Nation to Tech World: A Silk Road to Dominance

It has been two years and 67 days; 50 months; 113 weeks and 797 days since Huawei Chief Financial Officer, Meng WanZhou was detained in Vancouver, Canada and held. The woman has been in custody since December 6, 2018, when she was accused of bank and wire fraud and conspiracy. She is the daughter of…

Five African Proverbs for Travel

Every year around this time at http://www.lelawinston.com we find nuggets of wisdom from our ancestors to help in areas of business, life and more. This year we explore proverbs for travel (work, leisure or migration). There will be a special bonus proverbs article for readers to send in their own favorites for October. SEND HERE:…

Canada’s Agricultural Push During A Pandemic

Canada has determined to reenergize its agricultural sector through targeted policy and earmarked finance to increase production. Currently, the north American nation is among the top producers of wheat in the world. Wheat, Barley, Corn and canola are some of its top exported products. In 2018 Canada launched the Canada Agricultural Project, worth 3 billion…