A Day at The U.N

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I have traveled to more than a dozen cities in the US, but New York City is one of those places I could go back to year after year. I had visited various… Continue reading

How can we create a shared future?

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“Creating a Shared Future” is the topic of 2018 Global Leadership Forum which provides me a good opportunity to contact the other fellows and exchange our ideas. The GLF lasted only four days,… Continue reading

2018 Global Leadership Forum: A Shared Future and Beyond

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Date: Sunday, Oct. 28, 2018 Time: 11:00 AM Location: Key Bridge Marriott Hotel – Arlington, VA Mission: 150 Humphrey Voices; 97 Countries; 13 U.S. Campuses; 1 Destination… at the 2018 Global Leadership Forum… Continue reading

A divided and pragmatic American: midterm election 2018

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After the Trump-Russia affair, Kavanaugh for Supreme Court, Nuclear Treaty Withdrawal, and revoking birthright citizenship before the election, Donald Trump-the U.S. president-faced midterm election or called midterm test, and someone says he just passes… Continue reading

How South Asian media are covering US midterm?

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As the 2018 midterm election results are announced in the US, South Asian media are writing stories stating that the battle for the 2020 presidential elections have already kickstarted in America. Last month… Continue reading

My Journey to Global Leadership Forum

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Global Leadership Forum, where is the whole big world is represented. More than 150 fellows coming from more than 90 different countries to live the dream of unity, diversity acceptance ,networking and leading… Continue reading

#INeedPressFreedom and so do you

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“I may disapprove of what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it,”  Patrick Henry. Growing up in the United States I never questioned my right or… Continue reading

Acosta and the need for press freedom

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During the post-midterms news conference at the White House on Wednesday, President Trump repeatedly cut off chief White House correspondent Jim Acosta, stating he was a “terrible person” after Acosta pressed Trump on… Continue reading

Free Press? Not so easy

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“In an era when many assumptions about communication and information are being reconsidered, it is difficult to say exactly what journalists can or should be free from. A better question to ask might… Continue reading

Free Press for a Free People

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By: Hope O’Brien As the world watches on, freedom of the press seems to always be a question rather than a given right. Should it be free? What harm will monitoring the press… Continue reading

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