… a multinational co-creation community, and an ultramodern micro-factory that is set in its headquarters. The company set up the second FirstBuild locality in Korea, and a third high-tech micro-factory is situated in India. These platforms guarantee that the company's most ideal conceptions and novel products for the … market. These include the following:
1. LG Electronics
LG is a multinational electronics corporation with its main center of operations situated in South Korea. LG partakes in the manufacturing of home appliances comprising refrigerators, washing machines, tumble dryers, vacuum cleaners, air conditioners, and microwave ovens. Moreover, in … Acros, Amana, Royalstar, Whirlpool, and also Hefei Sanyo.
Samsung Electronics is a multinational corporation that has its headquarters situated in South Korea. Significantly, Samsung Electronics operates numerous assembly plants across the globe and has sales systems in more than 70 nations and hires approximately 300,000 ……
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… world. The political opinion polls among the important U.S. allies such as Australia , Germany, France Jordan, Japan, Mexico, the U.K. and South Korea indicate that they have no confidence in Trump and his administration (Blazakis, 2020). George Bush and his administration branded the Quds Force, an … 2020). The random approach to geopolitics by President Trump has led to important enemies of the U.S. such as Russia, Iran, and North Korea to outsmart the USA by readjusting their foreign policies to counter Trump's approaches. Trump's administrative team does not seem to have the not ……
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...Korea Impact of Drug Abuse on School Children Aged 10 To 18 in Developed Countries (U.S., Canada, France, England, Germany, Italy, Russia, Australia, Japan and China): Narrative Literature Review
The problem addressed in this literature review is that in developed countries around the world, drug abuse among school children between the ages of 10 and 18 is on the rise (UN, 2018). School children are particularly vulnerable because their bodies and minds are still developing and when drugs are introduced to their systems, the impact can be devastating to them personally in physical and mental health terms (Stockings et al., 2016). Yet all around the developed world this is happening. Children are being brought into and exposed to drug culture because drug use, particularly marijuana use is on the rise through vaping, which was meant as a tool to wean tobacco smokers off cigarettes. Instead it is allowing young and……
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… be the extent to which such actions are jeopardized and their outcomes adversely affected. The United States could have won the wars in Korea and Vietnam by leaving the north of these countries radioactive wildernesses, but the nation has decided that these weapons are too dangerous to ……
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...Korea Countering the Threat of Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMDs)
Chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear (CBRN) weapons of mass destruction (WMD) area a threat that can completely disrupt an entire nation’s way of life. The current situation in China is a perfect illustration of what can happen when a biological weapon is used to destabilize a nation’s economy. China is currently grinding to a halt as the Covin-19 virus spreads like wildfire through China. The example shows how devastating a WMD can be when used in an attack. The purpose of this study is to examine ways to prevent or reduce the risk of a CBRN WMD attack. By looking at the use of international treaties, the rise of terrorism, and counter-proliferation strategies, this paper will assess the measures available for achieving the aim.
What can nations do to prevent or reduce the risk of CBRN WMD……
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Today, there are dozens of deadly diseases in the world, but the Ebola virus disease (alternatively “EVD” or “Ebola”) is among the most virulent and lethal. Although intensive research is underway, there is no cure currently available for Ebola and the death toll attributable to this disease continues to increase. To date, there have been nearly 30,000 cases of Ebola infections that caused more than 11,000 deaths, primarily in West Africa, but the disease has the potential to spread worldwide unless first responders, emergency management managers and the health care community take aggressive steps to identify infections and contain outbreaks. The main purpose of this study is to provide a systematic and critical review of the relevant juried, scholarly and governmental literature about the Ebola virus disease to create an awareness manual that is targeted at educating Nigerian citizens concerning this disease. A secondary purpose of this study is……
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… and deterrence abilities. For example, the Russian military carries out “regular nuclear-capable Tu-95 Bear bomber long-range aviation flights off the coasts of Japan, Korea, Canada, and Alaska.”[footnoteRef:5] In the past few years, Russia has increased investments in military infrastructure, deployed anti-ship missile systems, enhanced control and command ……
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Feminism/Post-Feminism in Popular Culture
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This study looks at the influence of digital platforms in projecting feminism in the 21st century. The author discusses subjects such as Pussy Riot and Twitter movements like #YesAllWomen. The point the author makes is that neoliberal societies are still oppressive towards women and that feminism is both needed and alive on social and digital media. This source comes from a peer-reviewed journal and is relevant to my topic of interest because it discusses whether feminism is still possible or prevalent in the 21st century, since it seems so often taken for granted. The strength of the article is its case study focus with specific examples of feminism on digital platforms. The main weakness……
...Korea Executive Summary
The purpose of this study is to develop timely and informed answers to a series of guiding research questions and subquestions to identify the risks and barriers that are associated with Internet of Things implementations. These types of studies are important today because the Internet of Things is changing the manner in which companies of all sizes and types operate their businesses, and current trends indicate that these implementations are increasing exponentially. The Internet of Things allows conventional computer-based networks to incorporate data collected from everyday objects to provide real-time analyses and new applications for these technologies are being developed every day. Indeed, there are already more mobile devices in use around the world than there are people, and most authorities agree that the Internet of Things deployments will continue to increase well into the foreseeable future. Chapter one of the study provides the rationale in support of……
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