Photo: Allison Kwesell. Senior Fellow Devin T. Stewart examines a car destroyed by the March 2011 tsunami.
The Ethics of Nuclear Power: Reflections on Carnegie Council Site Visit to Fukushima, Japan
In June 2015, Carnegie Council led a team of researchers, fellows, faculty, and students to conduct interviews in Japan on the ethical implications of the 2011 Fukushima nuclear accident.
To Sow the Wind: An Argument Against the War on Terror
The just war tradition--a tradition that once thought war tragically endemic and sometimes justified, but never simply, unambiguously just--has lost its profound Augustinian political skepticism and moral realism.
M. Sanjayan. CREDIT: http://www.msanjayan.com/
A Conversation on Climate Change with Conservation International's M. Sanjayan
"In a world full of people, in a globalized world, sustainability becomes about availability. This notion of enlightened self-interest really becomes apparent. That's what gives me hope."
CREDIT: Edgaras Maselskis.
Top 10 Resources for our 2014-15 Program Year
We hope you enjoy this list of audience favorites from our previous program year (July 2014–June 2015). Topics include Russia's foreign policy, U.S. challenges both at home and abroad, digital piracy, online activism, and much more.
When CEOs Become Activists
Corporate leaders' influence reaches far beyond their businesses. How do they use that power, and what are the ethical, business, and political consequences? Discover what happens when top executives get involved in overseas politics and in gay rights.
Asha Castleberry in Kuwait.
Iraqi Unity & the Fight Against ISIL with U.S. Army Veteran Asha Castleberry
"The most important thing right now is that the Iraqis have to defeat ISIL, and in order to do that, they have to achieve national unity," says Castleberry. She also discusses the roles of Egypt, Jordan, and the Gulf Cooperation Council in this complex mission.
Independence Square (Maidan Nezalezhnosti) in Kiev, Ukraine. CREDIT: Shutterstock
Eighteen Months On: Post-Maidan Ukraine
Professor Nicolai Petro was a Fulbright scholar in Odessa, southern Ukraine, for a year in the aftermath of the Maidan revolution. In Odessa once again, he offers his impressions of the economic, political, and security situations in Ukraine today.
"Ethics and International Affairs" Summer Issue: Free Online for a Limited Time!
Jim Sleeper on liberal education in illiberal societies; Rahul Sagar on the ethics of surveillance and disclosure; Alex Bellamy on the Responsibility to Protect at ten; and much more.