Humanitarianism 6 2007 US In the World Program International Law and Foreign

Humanitarianism 6 2007 us in the world program

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Humanitarianism (6) 2007 U.S. In the World Program: International Law and Foreign Policy 3
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Opinions and Perspectives of All (5) Religion (2) Respect (2) Equality (2) Open Mind (2) Education (2) Human Rights (2) Culture (2) Objectivity Tolerance Justice Freedom Diversity UNICEF Not Relying on Self Interest Prevention of Genocide Protection of the People Helping Other Countries Maintaining Peace Between Countries Language Moral Values Opinions of Children Opinions of All Cultures (not just Americans) Understanding others Principles from the U.N. Charter and R2P Communication Where do you get most of your information about current international events and/or U.S. foreign policy? Television (List stations and/or network): CNN (16) BBC (11) Fox 5 News (5) Al Jazeera (2) ABC (2) PBS (2) WB11 C-Span NY1 My 9 News Bangladeshi News Channel MSNBC NBC BET News Newspapers (List the Name/s of newspaper/s): New York Times (16) AM New York (7) Metro (3) Washington Post (2) Wall Street Journal (2) Daily News (2) The Post (2) The Philadelphia Inquirer Caribbean Life Newsday Bangladeshi newspapers New York Observer Canarsie Courier Magazines (List Titles) : Foreign Affairs (5) The Economist (4) Time (4) Newsweek (3) 2007 U.S. In the World Program: International Law and Foreign Policy 4
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New Yorker (2) Foreign Policy Foreign Relations Spin National Geographic The New York Times Magazine Rolling Stone Time Out CFR Magazine Internet (List any websites): (6) (4) Yahoo (4) Google News (3) (2) MSN Conversations with friends and/or relatives (Y/N) : Y (23) N (1) Other : Summer institute at Global Kids History Class CFR Feedback: This program went beyond my expectations. ‘Wow’ is all I can say. You guys are the best people I’ve ever met in my life. I always say this and I’m saying it again, I don’t think I ever regret a day that I joined GK. God Bless and keep up the good work.
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