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Kenneth Okpomo commented on Carnegie Council's blog post Winners of Carnegie Council's 2017 International Student Photo Contest on Climate Change
"I congratulate the winners and all those who participated in the photo contest as we try to keep anthropogenic climate change under check. God bless you all."
Jan 24
Lydia Kaplan and Kenneth Okpomo are now friends
Jan 14
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TERRORISM AS THE GREATEST CHALLENGE CONFRONTING THE WORLD

 In a 21st century world that is characterized by massive digital transformation terrorists are making global headlines with their dare-devil strikes! Only recently the news of an Alshabaab attack in the Somali capital of Mogadishu broke. The blast from a truck packed with explosives had killed hundreds of people. In the Kunu Araha area of Adamawa state of Nigeria, a teenage suicide bomber, who infiltrated a local mosque, detonated his explosive. The local media reported that this premeditated…See More
Dec 13, 2017
Kenneth Okpomo shared Carnegie Council's blog post on Facebook
Dec 13, 2017
Kenneth Okpomo shared Carnegie Council's blog post on Facebook
Dec 13, 2017
Kenneth Okpomo and Al LeBlanc are now friends
Dec 8, 2017
Ezeifekwuaba. Tochukwu. Benedict commented on Kenneth Okpomo's blog post TERRORISM AS THE GREATEST CHALLENGE CONFRONTING THE WORLD
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Kenneth Okpomo posted a blog post

TERRORISM AS THE GREATEST CHALLENGE CONFRONTING THE WORLD

 In a 21st century world that is characterized by massive digital transformation terrorists are making global headlines with their dare-devil strikes! Only recently the news of an Alshabaab attack in the Somali capital of Mogadishu broke. The blast from a truck packed with explosives had killed hundreds of people. In the Kunu Araha area of Adamawa state of Nigeria, a teenage suicide bomber, who infiltrated a local mosque, detonated his explosive. The local media reported that this premeditated…See More
Dec 7, 2017
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TERRORISM AS THE GREATEST CHALLENGE CONFRONTING THE WORLD

 In a 21st century world that is characterized by massive digital transformation terrorists are making global headlines with their dare-devil strikes! Only recently the news of an Alshabaab attack in the Somali capital of Mogadishu broke. The blast from a truck packed with explosives had killed hundreds of people. In the Kunu Araha area of Adamawa state of Nigeria, a teenage suicide bomber, who infiltrated a local mosque, detonated his explosive. The local media reported that this premeditated…See More
Dec 7, 2017
Kenneth Okpomo is now a member of Global Ethics Network
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What are your interests and areas of expertise in international relations?
Aid, Business, Culture, Democracy, Development, Diplomacy, Economy, Education, Ethics, Globalization, Governance, Human Rights, Justice, Migration, Peace, Poverty, Reconciliation, Religion, Security, Trade, Youth
Tell everyone a little about yourself and what you hope to gain from the Global Ethics Network.
I am currently enrolled for the M.Sc Peace Studies and Conflict Resolution program at the National Open University of Nigeria. As a scholar my areas of interests span through the fields of democracy and good governance as well as free society and civil liberties. I hope to meet scholars and researchers from a wide range of disciplines and backgrounds in the Global Ethics Network as well as get more knowledge from the array of articles and essays that are posted by community members.

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TERRORISM AS THE GREATEST CHALLENGE CONFRONTING THE WORLD

Posted on December 6, 2017 at 7:00am 2 Comments

 

In a 21st century world that is characterized by massive digital transformation terrorists are making global headlines with their dare-devil strikes! Only recently the news of an Alshabaab attack in the Somali capital of Mogadishu broke. The blast from a truck packed with explosives had killed hundreds of people. In the Kunu Araha area of Adamawa state of Nigeria, a teenage suicide bomber, who infiltrated a local mosque, detonated his explosive. The local media reported…

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