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Our Revolution in Military Affairs

By Anna Silk The battlefield of today’s world will be a relatively sparse one. Thanks to advancements in technology, wars will be fought with the push of a button rather than an invasion of thousands of troops à la World War 2. We are seeing technology rise to the forefront …

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Join us for Global Scholar 2015!

IMMERSE YOURSELF IN INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS. MEET EXCEPTIONAL PEOPLE. LEARN TO LEAD. FIND YOUR PASSION. BE A GLOBAL SCHOLAR! American University. July 19 – July 31, 2015 www.globalscholar.org Calling all young global leaders! Global Scholar is a life-changing global leadership program for students who are eager to build a more peaceful, …

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Tips for Leading Meetings

By Ana Frigo. Whether you view this as a plus or a minus, you will eventually have to learn how to lead an effective meeting. Below are some tips to help you succeed! Message vs. Meet: This one may not always occur to people, but it’s something to think about. …

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International Institutions 101: The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank

By Alex Ogden. Greetings Change Makers! I hope life is treating you all well. I’ve decided to shake things up a bit and, for the first time, go over an international institution that does not quite exist yet, but its imminent debut will no doubt be a pretty significant shift …

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Three Issues that Matter to Our Generation

By Michael N. Many issues are present throughout the international community. Some of these have loomed for decades and some have appeared in a matter of weeks. To the global citizen, every issue matters because every issue can be solved to unite and aid humanity. But there exist three issues …

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How to Change the World at 17

By Juliana F. The term “global citizen” to many young teens is defined as an elite, adult group of activists who make a huge impact on the world. In my eyes, that is not a global citizen. I have found that age truly is just a number. By no means …

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Net Neutrality

By Adriel S. Net Neutrality is the principle that Internet Service Providers (ISP) and governments should treat all data on the internet equally, and not discriminate or censor certain websites or kinds of information based on the user. Proponents of Net Neutrality argue that the central dogma of the internet …

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