Often you hear ‘ugh, there’s so many young people in this world wanting to do foreign policy and getting their masters.’ I would turn it on its head and say there are so many young people who have seen these broken policies shape their upbringing and I think to their credit they want to be in public service and help to shape the next generation of foreign policy.
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