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Michaela studies political science and and Jewish studies at the City College of New York. She also studies Arabic and Hebrew. She possesses a strong interest in international relations and international law, with a focus in international human rights law and international humanitarian law. She plans on attending law school and pursuing a diplomatic career in U.S. foreign policy, focusing on the countries of the Middle East and North Africa. Through the Global Ethics Network, Michaela hopes to gain a deeper understanding of different regional, religious, and cultural perspectives on the ethical dimensions of international relations.
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