Justin Chang
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  • Korea, Republic of
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Business, Culture, Globalization, Poverty, Science, Security
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I am a 16 year old attending Seoul International School. Since middle school, I have shown an increased interest in world issues especially related to international relations and hope to pursue a field in this area in college. Much of my interest in international relations stems from my travels abroad where I was able to experience different cultures and photograph different people and places. I also have a profound interest in history.

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Ethno-nationalism: A Hindrance to Modern Globalization

Posted on December 30, 2016 at 1:30pm 0 Comments

As the sun dipped beneath the horizon to draw December 19, 2016 to a close, millions of cheery lights in all shades of red, green, and yellow flickered to life, showering Berlin in a warm glow. Men, women, and children merrily walked the streets by Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church, unaware that by 8:02 PM, 12 people would lay dead and another 56 would be injured in a truck attack which ISIL claimed responsibility for. The recent ‘2016 Berlin Attack’ is but one of the many…

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