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Business, Democracy, Diplomacy, Economy, Innovation, Poverty, Youth
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I am a student of Economics and Sociology pursuing Bachelor degree in Tribhuwan University, Nepal. I am interested in problems of food insecurity, unemployment, poverty and international conflicts. Ethics is the moral code that help a man to make moral decisions. Ethics is required everywhere from school to the United Nations. I hope to gain moral blessings from Global Ethics Network.

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