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double standards:

Started this discussion. Last reply by Precious Ropafadzo Chiduku Jan 29, 2015. 1 Reply

in the wake of recent events in france, more than 50 world leaders have gathered to "support freedom of speech". i have been asking myself this question time and again: does freedom of expression…Continue

 

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POLYTECHNIQUE YAOUNDE
What are your interests and areas of expertise in international relations?
Conservation, Democracy, Diplomacy, Energy, Ethics, Globalization, Governance, Human Rights, Innovation, Justice, Peace, Poverty, Reconciliation, Religion, Science, Security, Sustainability, War
Tell everyone a little about yourself and what you hope to gain from the Global Ethics Network.
THERE ARE NO GOOD OR BAD PEOPLE, THERE ARE JUST PEOPLE FACED WITH CIRCUMSTANCES. WE NEED TO UNDERSTAND THAT PEOPLE GROW IN DIFFERENT PARTS OF THE WORLD UNDER DIFFERENT ENVIRONMENTAL AND MAN-MADE CONDITIONS AND SO HAVE DIFFERENT MENTALITIES, CULTURES AND CONSEQUENTLY DIFFERENT INTERPRETATIONS OF EVENTS...THIS IS THE ROUTE CAUSE OF MOST PROBLEMS..,I WISH TO GAIN THE OPPORTUNITY TO MAKE THE VOICES OF THE VOICELESS HEARD, AND TO CONTRIBUTE IN THE REFORMATION OF THE WORLD...

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datarevolution...prevention is better than cure.

Posted on July 23, 2015 at 7:00am 1 Comment

The availability of data and information has the power to reshape our lives -from the choice of cloths we wear, to completely changing the course of human history. Data accumulation, data analysis and information sharing may seem not very important at first glance, but the very survival of mankind depends on how accurately and timely information (data) is shared

#datarevolution in the prevention of conflicts: In this age, warfare has changed and the challenges and threats posed…

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ENTROPY AND CHAOS: THE BROTHERHOOD OF TROUBLE.

Posted on January 29, 2015 at 6:35am 3 Comments

I have lived my life trying to study and find out why there are so many problems in the world or why it is very difficult to resolve a conflict. I finally came out with the following article based on terms used in science that when explained analogically, would give a logical and rational explanation to the problems plaguing society. It all starts with a spark. To better understand this, I’ll take it chronologically.

HESS’S LAW: it states –“the energy change accompanying a reaction is…

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who makes the difference between today and 2099?

Posted on October 28, 2014 at 5:46pm 4 Comments

Name….Achiri Arnold Nji

School….polytechnique Yaounde

Level….undergraduate student

The world is in a very “hot state” right now. Geopolitical tensions and wars are everywhere. Hunger and diseases are killing the “African Dream”. Climate change has made many settlers to say “ADIEU” to their lands. Areas which were formally great lakes are now “Great deserts”, the “Ice Mountains” of the Arctic are becoming just “Ice hills”. Religious ideologies and misinterpretation of…

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