Tucker Reiland
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What are your interests and areas of expertise in international relations?
Conservation, Culture, Economy, Environment, Food, Globalization, Innovation, Religion, Security, Sustainability, Technology, War
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I study Asian, Chinese, and Japanese Studies and hope to interact with some interesting people and perspectives on the Global Ethics Network.

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Nationalism: It's Just Not That Simple.

Posted on January 1, 2017 at 2:22am 0 Comments

Stepping out of Shinjuku Station, you enter into an ordered chaos that is utterly overwhelming.  Voices call out from billboards selling services and products; people swarm about in a frenzy that seems choreographed from the lack of accidents; all with a sheer volume that inspires sensory overload, blurring the mind to everything else.

The organized chaos is even more frenzied as campaigning politicians blare their platforms from loudspeaker equipped vans driving along the streets…


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