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Business, Culture, Democracy, Development, Diplomacy, Economy, Ethics, Globalization, Governance, Justice, Migration, Peace, Security, Sustainability, Trade
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Global Ethics Network is a wonderful platform for the public interested in ethics and international relations to share their common enthusiasm and pursuits towards world peace and prosperity :) As a member of my school's ethics bowl team that won the regional High School Ethics Bowl Tournament and took fourth at the National High School Ethics Bowl, I am more than glad to join this network and share my passions with other ethics enthusiasts! And thanks so much for providing this amazing opportunity!

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#EssayContest2016 Nationalism: Globalized Nationalism by Bonnie Liu

Posted on December 31, 2016 at 11:01pm 0 Comments

Globalized Nationalism

By Bonnie Liu, high school student at Greenhills School, MI, United States

When president-elect Donald Trump vowed to “Make America Great Again,” he was appealing to American nationalist sentiment amidst overwhelming globalization. Arguably, the epic 2016 U.S. presidential battle between Clinton and Trump is quintessentially an ideological struggle between globalism and nationalism.…

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