Sunday Smack

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Happy Sunday, everyone! It’s been a while. A long while.

Being away from this platform had nothing to do with my professional life, as I am still very much interested in world affairs, I am still reading a lot on the topic, and I really do want to blog about it again. This week’s collection is some kind of a test as I am planning to bring this blog back to life.

Today’s weather in Hungary brought a strong autumn-y feeling, and fall is a good (well, as good as ever) occasion to start new things, so I will try to update more with new posts and information.

I am thinking (for a while now) about moving this whole thing to another platform, as I am fully aware that I diverged from what a typical Tumblr blog looks like. This might also be in the plans, until then, please bare with me here.

I hope you’ll check out the posts below.

Famine in Venezuela

Along with this week’s news about the currency scam, this is pretty alarming.

Europe is in the Midst of its Largest Measles Outbreak in Years — Ukraine is a Big Part of the Problem

Living in a neighboring country to Ukraine – be it one that is mostly not against vaccination – this worries me a bit.

Can Intergovernmental Commerce in Human Organs be Legal?

Again, this is about Ukraine, but interesting from a broader perspective as well.

How the U.S. Has Failed to Protect the 2018 Election–and Four Ways to Protect 2020

This is a longer read, but I found it interesting, as cybersecurity and the security of elections are not unique problems only affecting the US.

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