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Democracy is Under Threat, But We Still Need It

Heechan LeeTaejon Christian International SchoolHigh School Student2017 Protests in Seoul, South Korea Demanding for President Park's ResignationThe recent trends in international politics have led many people, even experts to doubt about our democracies. The rise of extreme right and left and the socio-economic success stories of authoritarian regimes are challenging the…See More
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Democracy is Under Threat, But We Still Need It

Heechan LeeTaejon Christian International SchoolHigh School Student2017 Protests in Seoul, South Korea Demanding for President Park's ResignationThe recent trends in international politics have led many people, even experts to doubt about our democracies. The rise of extreme right and left and the socio-economic success stories of authoritarian regimes are challenging the…See More
Dec 31, 2018
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What are your interests and areas of expertise in international relations?
Democracy, Diplomacy, Environment, Human Rights, Justice, Sustainability, Youth
Tell everyone a little about yourself and what you hope to gain from the Global Ethics Network.
Since a very young age, I was exposed to a variety of different cultures, languages, and people. That experience has made me an open-minded risk taker who is willing to accept new ideas and perspectives. I want to utilize those traits and become a diplomat to engage in local and international issues and make the world a better place. I hope to gain skills and knowledge that is necessary to pursue my dreams at the Global Ethics Network. I'm looking forward to meeting interesting people and accepting new ideas and knowledge.

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Democracy is Under Threat, But We Still Need It

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