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Invasion and Pervasion

 #essaycontest2018.Dinh Tien DatPhan Boi Chau High School for the GiftedHigh SchoolAfter a whole summer reeking of experience, good and bad, with Model UN and the world behind it, I have been used to attaching the word “political” to everything complex, multilateral, and ingenuine. Politics seems detached, but it is everywhere; for it is a game of power, and whoever has not yearned for superiority in life must be either a liar or an anomaly. Sometimes you may think that the mechanism whereby…See More
Oct 24, 2018
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Invasion and Pervasion

 #essaycontest2018.Dinh Tien DatPhan Boi Chau High School for the GiftedHigh SchoolAfter a whole summer reeking of experience, good and bad, with Model UN and the world behind it, I have been used to attaching the word “political” to everything complex, multilateral, and ingenuine. Politics seems detached, but it is everywhere; for it is a game of power, and whoever has not yearned for superiority in life must be either a liar or an anomaly. Sometimes you may think that the mechanism whereby…See More
Oct 24, 2018
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Invasion and Pervasion

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