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Next century outrage: Being a citizen of the world

‘What commonplace attitudes or practices today would be considered outrageous in 100 years?’

“One should aspire to become a ‘citizen of the world’ – organisations that have been a shadow of supranational government such, as the EU and UN, will show their limitations and become the second choice to the nation state. As such, people will become more invested in the success of the own country. People will find it bizarre that their forebears wanted to become ‘citizens of the world’.”


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