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Celebrating International Women's Day, 2014
This collection of Carnegie Council resources includes interviews with extraordinary, inspiring women from around the world, materials on overcoming violence against women, and thoughts on women and world peace.
Russia's Central Asian Workforce: Why are Xenophobia and Nationalism on the Rise?
After the United States, Russia is the second largest recipient of migrant labor in the world. And many of its migrants come from Central Asia. How are nationalism, xenophobia, and labor migration intersecting in Russia today?
Thought Leader Bineta Diop
Congratulations and best wishes to Bineta Diop, who has just been appointed as the African Union's special envoy for women, peace and security. Here's her Thought Leader interview with Carnegie Council.
Crisis in Ukraine: Crimean Stand-Off
Russia expert Professor Nicolai Petro speaks from Odessa (Ukraine) on the ongoing crisis, with a particular focus on the strategically vital Crimean Peninsula, home to Russia's Black Sea Fleet and to a substantial ethnic Russian population.
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The Secret of Political Jiu-Jitsu
"While oppression may appear to be a display of the government's power, skilled activists know that it's actually a sign of weakness."
The Global War for Internet Governance
Who controls the internet? Laura DeNardis explains the complex inner workings of online governance and discusses the future of internet freedom.
"War on Terror," an Insider's View: A Conversation with Harold H. Koh
As legal adviser to the State Department from 2009-2013, Dr. Koh was responsible for making judgments about the most difficult issues in the "war on terror." This revealing conversation explores Koh's moral convictions and the inner workings of government.
From the cover of "To End All Wars"
To End All Wars: Adam Hochschild on World War I
"The consequences of the war are still with us,"says Adam Hochschild. Are we in danger of making the same mistakes again? Why were Europeans so eager to go to war? Read the answers to these questions and more in this fascinating interview.
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From our Archives: World Poverty and Human Rights
This 2005 "Ethics & International Affairs" journal article by philosopher Thomas Pogge is one of our most popular resources, raising moral questions about poverty and wealth distribution that still remain unanswered.