As the date of me leaving Malaysia approaches, quite a few of my friends (and relatives) have asked me this question: But you worked for a political party! 270 more words
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Jakub Grygiel is an associate professor of international relations at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies.
Jakub Grygiel writes: The call for global solutions to global problems has become a familiar refrain: If only we could see past our petty national interests, we could come together to solve everything from climate change to poverty to terrorism. 961 more words
St. Andrew’s joins the world in mourning the death of the great South African leader and human rights activist Nelson Mandela, a man described today by Anglican Archbishop Desmond Tutu of Cape Town as “ a colossus of unimpeachable moral character of integrity, the world’s most admired and revered public figure.” 843 more words
As teachers, our own perspectives should be questioned rigorously as they inform the global citizenship we teach and the future society we shape, argues Caroline Ferguson… 856 more words
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