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I graduated NYU with a BA in political science and a particular focus on international relations, after which I went on to campaign for Hillary Clinton as part of the New Hampshire communications team. I have a particular interest in history and writing. My wish is to communicate and debate freely with others in the Global Ethics Network to expand our understanding of foreign affairs.
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