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university student
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Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University
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Aid, Diplomacy, Governance, Human Rights, Security, War, Youth
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I am pursuing international relations and joining Global Ethics Network is great chances to meet great people,update great information and enhance my linkage to the world.I wish to continue my graduate school in U.S so here is a good start for my preparation

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