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I chose democracy over autocracy and monarchy

Living in 21st centuries, democracy is essential to rule live and give birth to better competitive civilization. Democracy shows that leadership skill is not genetically descended or heritable, instead it is a lifelong polished skills coming from experiences and how they have been raised. Democracy allow the people with prodigious competencies to showcase their skills and capabilities to represent a group of people. It also meant, a government of people’s decision. Unlike monarchy and…See More
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NUR ATIQAH BINTI MAZNAN posted a blog post

I chose democracy over autocracy and monarchy

Living in 21st centuries, democracy is essential to rule live and give birth to better competitive civilization. Democracy shows that leadership skill is not genetically descended or heritable, instead it is a lifelong polished skills coming from experiences and how they have been raised. Democracy allow the people with prodigious competencies to showcase their skills and capabilities to represent a group of people. It also meant, a government of people’s decision. Unlike monarchy and…See More
Dec 2
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I chose democracy over autocracy and monarchy

Living in 21st centuries, democracy is essential to rule live and give birth to better competitive civilization. Democracy shows that leadership skill is not genetically descended or heritable, instead it is a lifelong polished skills coming from experiences and how they have been raised. Democracy allow the people with prodigious competencies to showcase their skills and capabilities to represent a group of people. It also meant, a government of people’s decision. Unlike monarchy and…See More
Dec 2
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http://atiqahhenderson.blogspot.com
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China Agricultural University
What are your interests and areas of expertise in international relations?
Agriculture, Conservation, Culture, Development, Education, Environment, Food, Globalization, Science, Sustainability, Technology, Youth
Tell everyone a little about yourself and what you hope to gain from the Global Ethics Network.
A 24 years old student who is currently doing research in biotechnology field with a greatest consent in global food security and helping the world to reduce malnutrition and hunger through her research project. And she's enjoying doing social works and spread love in every platforms she have. She hope she can educate people better.

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I chose democracy over autocracy and monarchy

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Living in 21st centuries, democracy is essential to rule live and give birth to better competitive civilization. Democracy shows that leadership skill is not genetically descended or heritable, instead it is a lifelong polished skills coming from experiences and how they have been raised. Democracy allow the people with prodigious competencies to showcase their skills and capabilities to represent a group of people. It also…

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