Maxi Edet
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Peace, War
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A 19-year old undergraduate student of Political Science at the University of Calabar.

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Moral Bankruptcy: The Greatest Ethical Challenge Facing The Planet Today

Posted on December 31, 2017 at 5:00pm 0 Comments

Name: Edet, Samuel

Institution: University of Calabar.

Level: Undergraduate.





Moral Bankruptcy: The Greatest Ethical Challenge Facing The Planet Today





It is thirty minutes past seven in the morning, Nigerian time.

I wake up to dawn in a nondescript town etched somewhere on the Nigerian map. The sun is wrapped in a shroud of glory only the iconic pens of Chinua Achebe and William Shakespeare can effectively describe. The natural…

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NATIONALISM IN TODAY'S GLOBALISED WORLD IS A HINDRANCE

Posted on December 31, 2016 at 2:56pm 0 Comments

Name: Maxi Edet

Institution: University of Calabar, Nigeria

Level of Study: Undergraduate

INTRODUCTION     

Perhaps if the German philosopher Karl Marx were to be alive today, he would revise his famous quote to read thus:” a specter is haunting Europe today- the spectre of nationalism”. Recently, there has been a renaissance of nationalism sweeping…

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