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Mitchell Blatt
Mitchell Blatt (Facebook: @MitchBlattPolitics) is a columnist and writer based in Korea. He covers foreign affairs and culture, particularly issues related to Korea and East Asia politics. He has contributed to outlets like the South China Morning Post, the Korea Times, the Shanghai Daily, USA Today, Roads & Kingdoms, and China.org.cn. Read some of his articles at www.ChinaTravelWriter.com. Learn more at www.Mitchell Blatt.com.
August 28, 2023
​What's at stake in the writers' strike
Streaming services and the promise of AI's potential have overhauled the media ecosystem and created a raft of issues for production studios and writers.
August 18, 2023
Esports: From the Asian Games to the Olympics?
With esports due to get a major boost this summer thanks to its inclusion at the upcoming 2022 Asian Games in Hangzhou, we ask, will they likely ever be featured at the Olympics?
August 14, 2023
US should take credit downgrade as a warning
Having a rating of AA+ is not a crisis. But the negative trend is concerning. The problem did not arise yesterday, and it will not go away tomorrow. The U.S. should take it as a warning and a call to act now.
August 1, 2023
We misunderstand what AI really is
The initial fascination with AI has dulled as what was once fresh has become boring, and what we once thought was doing the impossible has been exposed for its flaws.
July 24, 2023
US student debt forgiveness plan won't solve the problem
President Biden's new repayment plan for federal student loans only addresses the symptoms, not the underlying problem. Students still have to borrow so much money to pay for college.
July 17, 2023
Climate change fans the flames: The escalating threat of wildfires
As wildfires intensified by climate change trigger a crisis of extreme haze, governments worldwide must cooperate on climate change to mitigate the escalating threat.
July 10, 2023
The impossible problem of affirmative action
Affirmative action in college admissions has been a contentious topic in the U.S. since the 1970s, culminating in the Supreme Court's latest ruling banning universities from making race-based enrollments.
July 7, 2023
Climate change makes US heat wave worse
Temperatures the U.S. is currently experiencing would have been considered extreme just five years ago. Unfortunately, due to climate change, extreme weather is becoming common there and in much of the world.
June 28, 2023
The meaning behind rising suicide rate in US
Fewer people in America are reporting that they are happy, and more are ending their own lives. The effects of the pandemic are at the forefront of many people's analysis of this trend. But the pandemic did not cause the sense of national ennui that had been existing for years before.
June 19, 2023
Fukushima presents problem for Japan-ROK relations
South Korean fishers are worried that radioactive water released from the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant will poison sea life and harm demand for their products.
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