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Ethics Matter: A Conversation with Sebastian Junger | 03/18/14
Sebastian Junger, James Traub
Journalist Sebastian Junger knows about war from the inside: the horror and pain, the excitement and heightened awareness, and the fierce brotherhood between soldiers. In this moving conversation he talks about his life and work, and ponders on what everyone owes their country, whether they choose to fight or stay home. » Studio » Multimedia

Ethics Matter: Zainab Salbi on Women, War, and Self-Empowerment | 04/09/13
Zainab Salbi, Marlene Spoerri
In this fascinating conversation, Zainab Salbi discusses her personal journey from growing up in Saddam Hussein's Iraq to becoming a global champion of women's rights. She also focuses on the realities of women's lives across the Middle East and proposes constructive ways to change negatives to positives. » Studio » Multimedia

Global Ethics Corner: Justice For Some, But Not For All? | 12/17/12
Recent acquittals of Croat and Kosovo-Albanian officials in the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia have left some doubting the UN court's impartiality. What implications could this have when it comes to fostering reconciliation in the Balkans? » Studio » Multimedia

Ethics Matter: Srdja Popovic on Creating Successful Nonviolent Movements | 12/11/12
Srdja Popovic, Marlene Spoerri
Successful nonviolent movements need three things: the cool factor, memorable branding, and humor, says Popovic. He cofounded the Serbian youth movement Otpor!, which played a major role in toppling Milosevic, and his work training activists in Egypt and Tunisia is widely credited for inspiring Arab Spring protesters. » Studio » Multimedia

How Religious Leaders Can Come Together to Work on Global Problems | 09/30/12
Mustafa Ceric
Religious leaders must come together as never before and take an active role in making an interfaith dialogue with global peace and security as its goal, says Grand Mufti of Bosnia-Herzegovina Mustafa Ceric. He cites three important initiatives from his own experiences. » Publications » Carnegie Ethics Online

Thought Leader: Mustafa Ceric | 09/05/12
Mustafa Ceric, Devin T. Stewart
"I would advise my dear intellectuals of this age and time and place to give us some good imagination, especially to the young people." » Studio » Thought Leaders Forum

What Does It Mean to Prevent Genocide? | 06/20/12
Tibi Galis, Kyle C. Matthews, Julia Taylor Kennedy
It's essential to understand that genocide is a process, not an event, says Tibi Galis from the Auschwitz Institute for Peace and Reconciliation. It doesn't just happen out of the blue. So there are chances to step in and change the course of this process. » Studio » Multimedia

The Responsibility to Protect: A New International Norm? | 03/13/12
Herman Schaper, Robin van Puyenbroeck
What is Responsibility to Protect exactly? Dutch Ambassador Herman Schaper gives an expert talk on how it developed, how it is defined, how it was implemented in Libya, and what are the implications for the future. » Studio » Multimedia

Ethics Matter: Policymaker and Scholar Anne-Marie Slaughter | 03/02/12
Anne-Marie Slaughter, Julia Taylor Kennedy
Anne-Marie Slaughter on the responsibility to protect: "I believe in a values-based foreign policy and looking to cooperate as often as I can. I also think that's basic self-interest. We don't do well when we go in without the support of other nations." » Studio » Multimedia

Ethics Matter: Policymaker and Scholar Anne-Marie Slaughter | 02/24/12
Anne-Marie Slaughter, Julia Taylor Kennedy
Anne-Marie Slaughter on the responsibility to protect: "I believe in a values-based foreign policy and looking to cooperate as often as I can. I also think that's basic self-interest. We don't do well when we go in without the support of other nations." » Studio » Multimedia

Ethics Matter: Policymaker and Scholar Anne-Marie Slaughter | 02/22/12
Anne-Marie Slaughter, Julia Taylor Kennedy
Anne-Marie Slaughter on the responsibility to protect: "I believe in a values-based foreign policy and looking to cooperate as often as I can. I also think that's basic self-interest. We don't do well when we go in without the support of other nations." » Studio » Multimedia

The Ethics of a Justice Imposed: Ratko Mladic's Arrest and the Costs of Conditionality | 06/02/11
Marlene Spoerri, Mladen Joksic
For Serbians, material incentives, not a moral imperative, are the main motivation for compliance with the International Criminal Tribunal. Thus Serbia has succeeded in aspects of criminal justice, but has failed to partake in transitional justice--and Mladic's arrest does not change this. » Publications » Carnegie Ethics Online

April 2011 or April 1994? Seventeen Years Later, Libya is to Ivory Coast as Bosnia was to Rwanda | 04/01/11
Steven Costello
While all eyes are focused on Libya, we may be headed towards a bloodbath in Ivory Coast similar to that in Rwanda in April 1994. The Middle East is of vital strategic importance and Sub-Saharan Africa is not. Yet how can we allow history to repeat itself? » Publications » Carnegie Ethics Online

Facts are Subversive: Political Writing from a Decade without a Name | 03/22/11
Timothy Garton Ash
Looking back over the last decade, Timothy Garton Ash catalogues the challenges facing the EU--the economy, a united foreign policy, the integration of Muslims--and concludes that despite its problems the union has taken important steps forward. » Studio » Multimedia

Facts Are Subversive: Political Writing from a Decade Without a Name | 10/22/10
Timothy Garton Ash
Looking back over the last decade, Timothy Garton Ash catalogues the challenges facing the EU--the economy, a united foreign policy, the integration of Muslims--and concludes that despite its problems the union has taken important steps forward. » Studio » Multimedia

Facts are Subversive: Political Writing from a Decade without a Name | 10/20/10
Timothy Garton Ash, Joanne J. Myers
Looking back over the last decade, Timothy Garton Ash catalogues the challenges facing the EU--the economy, a united foreign policy, the integration of Muslims--and concludes that despite its problems the union has taken important steps forward. » Studio » Multimedia

Should We Stop the Next Genocide? | 08/19/10
Erik Schechter
Should the United States, as the world's greatest military power, use its might to prevent the next outbreak of ethnic violence from turning into a full-fledged genocide? The answer is not an easy one, writes security affairs analyst Erik Schechter. » Publications » Carnegie Ethics Online

How Enemies Become Friends: The Sources of Stable Peace | 04/13/10
Charles A. Kupchan, Joanne J. Myers
Diplomatic engagement with rivals, far from being appeasement, is critical to rapprochement between adversaries, says Charles Kupchan, and diplomacy, not economic interdependence, creates the path to peace. » Studio » Multimedia

How Enemies Become Friends: The Sources of Stable Peace | 04/09/10
Charles A. Kupchan, Joanne J. Myers
Diplomatic engagement with rivals, far from being appeasement, is critical to rapprochement between adversaries, says Charles Kupchan, and diplomacy, not economic interdependence, creates the path to peace. » Studio » Multimedia

How Enemies Become Friends: The Sources of Stable Peace | 04/08/10
Charles A. Kupchan
Diplomatic engagement with rivals, far from being appeasement, is critical to rapprochement between adversaries, says Charles Kupchan, and diplomacy, not economic interdependence, creates the path to peace. » Studio » Multimedia

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