Twenty-twenty-three reminded us of the threats of wars that surround us across regions and how they affect our lives no matter where we are on this planet — and in multiple ways. Global trade and technological advancements have made communities not just more aware of what is going on, but also more sensitive to a wide range of issues. People are not least more engaged. This modern, increasingly urbanised, and globalised way of life has made progress possible, thanks in no small part to liberal values of pluralism and pragmatism.

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