Carnegie Council's acclaimed Public Affairs program hosts speakers who are prominent people in the world of international affairs, from acclaimed authors, to Nobel laureates, to high-ranking UN officials.
The way America does business with the world is arguably today's most critical foreign policy issue. What might constructive engagement entail? This initiative focuses on U.S. relations with partners among the established democracies, with problematical allies, and with states of deep concern.
This series features speakers from very different backgrounds, countries, and professions. What they have in common are strongly held moral convictions and a passionate commitment to their work, which makes for memorable conversations. A major focus this season is on women.
The American Leadership Series, a partnership between the Center for National American Security (CNAS) and Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs, is a nonpartisan program that examines a range of topics related to ethics in international security.
The Carnegie New Leaders Program (CNL) provides enrichment opportunities for the next generation of leaders who are interested in exploring the ethical dimensions of issues relating to business, foreign policy, and economic development.
Global Ethics Network provides a platform for educational institutions and individuals around the world to create and share interactive multimedia resources that explore the ethical dimensions of international affairs.
Part of the Council's Centennial programs, Global Ethical Dialogues is a multi-year project that engages societies across the world in the quest for a global ethic—shared values with which to tackle problems that transcend national boundaries.
On June 27, 2014, Carnegie Council held a high-profile symposium in Sarajevo titled The Crisis of 1914 and What It Means for Us Today. It commemorated the June 28, 1914, assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand in Sarajevo, which led to World War I.