05/14/2018: Can more security be achieved by the new Iraqi gov’t? | China to promote credit system

The political coalition of influential Shia religious leader Muqtsda al-Sadar took an early lead in Iraq’s national elections in partial returns announced late on Sunday. An alliance of candidates linked to Iraq’s powerful Shia paramilitary groups was in second. How will the election reshape the country’s politics? And what about the country’s security issue?

China is creating a national social credit system, with a related rewards and punishment mechanism, to be rolled out by 2020. The social credit system aims to address the problem of the lack of trust among the population in companies, individuals and government agencies. How will it differ from the Western credit system? Why does the idea draw mixed feedback globally?

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