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Graduate Student
Addis Ababa University
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Democracy, Development, Diplomacy, Globalization, Governance, Human Rights, Justice, Migration, Peace, Reconciliation, Security, Youth
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It is my earnest conviction that making an iteraction with students and intellectuals having diverse academic and cultural background from all over the world is an extraordinary learning opportunity. I believe and hope to gain such platform from the global Ethics Network.

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To live OR not to live in a DEMOCRACY is an existential question

Posted on December 30, 2018 at 5:21pm 0 Comments

To Live Or Not to Live in a Democracy is an Existential Question


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Hamlet’s catchphrase (to be or not to be) may be used to framing the question of how vital it is to live in a democracy. In view of that, to live or not to live in a democracy would be the suitable form of expression. To that end, the question of whether it is really important to live in a democracy is nothing but an existential question.

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