Lydia Tomitova was a Carnegie Council program associate for Global Social Justice. Before that she was associate editor of Ethics & International Affairs and coordinated the seminar series Achieving Global Justice. She worked at the Council from 2001-2006.
Tomitova studied government, economics, and foreign languages at Colby College and the LSE. She is interested in issues relevant to globalization and social justice, in particular the tension between citizenship policies and human rights norms, and the connection between international lending arrangements and the problems of poor and middle-income countries caused by high external debts.
Tomitova wa son the staff of the Carnegie Council/New School Ethics and Debt project.
- "Fairness and Sovereign Debt," Christian Barry and Lydia Tomitova, Social Research Journal, Vol 73.2 (Summer 2006)
- Review of The Graves Are Not Yet Full: Race, Tribe and Power in the Heart of Africa, by Bill Berkeley, Ethics & International Affairs Vol. 16.1 (Spring 2002)
Other Related Resources
- The Carnegie Council Announces the Publication of "Dealing Fairly with Developing Country Debt"
- Fairness in Sovereign Debt
- The Debt Threat: How Debt Is Destroying the Developing World [Full Text]
- Is the G8 Dealing Justly with Debt?
- Ethics and Debt: Project Scope
Last Updated: Mar 14, 2011
- Ethics and Debt Project (Archive)