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 // The spirit of Nationalism has been embedded in the character of many emerging and developed global powers since the configuration of nation-states. In history, Nationalism is recorded as the pivoting point in uniting governmental and societal pursuits, in furthering the genuine definition of the union between the government and its people. Recently, however, there has been a hesitation in affirming this argument for today’s circumstances and objectives. There must be two contradicting sides…See More
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Excerpt from a N/S Essay

 // The spirit of Nationalism has been embedded in the character of many emerging and developed global powers since the configuration of nation-states. In history, Nationalism is recorded as the pivoting point in uniting governmental and societal pursuits, in furthering the genuine definition of the union between the government and its people. Recently, however, there has been a hesitation in affirming this argument for today’s circumstances and objectives. There must be two contradicting sides…See More
Dec 4, 2017
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What are your interests and areas of expertise in international relations?
Business, Cities, Communication, Culture, Democracy, Development, Diplomacy, Economy, Education, Ethics, Gender, Globalization, Governance, Peace, Religion, Security, Sustainability, War
Tell everyone a little about yourself and what you hope to gain from the Global Ethics Network.
My name is Giulia R. Di Stravola, I am currently a senior at Pace University in New York City studying International Management with a double minor in Economics and Political Science. I currently work at an NGO sponsored by UNWomen as a member of the e-board. Born in Miami to an Italian father and Brazilian mother, I was raised in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Through my upbringing, I have learned how to speak several languages; my favorite, however, is the universal human language I intend to perfect throughout the rest of my years through diplomacy and genuine morality. The Global Ethics Network is one of the few platforms that raises the significance of ethics and morality in understanding global relations, an aspect I personally regard as the most defining component in understanding and connecting the ever-evolving international stage. Through the Global Ethics Network, I hope to learn and further delineate the regions and specific areas of focus I would like to specialize in; and share these discoveries and understandings to a world still long from flat. May we forever continue to learn from one another, and ourselves.

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// The spirit of Nationalism has been embedded in the character of many emerging and developed global powers since the configuration of nation-states. In history, Nationalism is recorded as the pivoting point in uniting governmental and societal pursuits, in furthering the genuine definition of the union between the government and its people. Recently, however, there has been a hesitation in affirming this argument…

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