Piotr Dzikowski
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XXI Century Ethical Madness – Toxic anti-terrorist alliance

All of us remember tragic date of 11.09.2001 when world has realized of its vulnerability and weakness towards modern terrorism. We saw crying families, we saw people dying and screaming for help, while world held its breath. That was the date when US President declared total war on terrorism and reassured us that…See More
Dec 30, 2017
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XXI Century Ethical Madness – Toxic anti-terrorist alliance

All of us remember tragic date of 11.09.2001 when world has realized of its vulnerability and weakness towards modern terrorism. We saw crying families, we saw people dying and screaming for help, while world held its breath. That was the date when US President declared total war on terrorism and reassured us that…See More
Dec 30, 2017
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Hankuk University of Foreign Studies
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Cities, Democracy, Diplomacy, Economy, Globalization, Governance, Human Rights, Justice, Migration, Peace, Security, War
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Former soldier of Polish Armed Forces, currently graduate student of Hankuk Univesity of Foreign Studies and University of Peace.
Major - Media, Peace and Conflict Studies

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XXI Century Ethical Madness – Toxic anti-terrorist alliance

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