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Christopher Caldwell |
Christopher Caldwell is a journalist and senior editor at The Weekly Standard, as well as a regular contributor to the Financial Times and Slate. » People

The Rise of Extremism in a Disunited Europe | 01/17/14
David C. Speedie, Jennifer Otterson Mollick
A sinister scenario is playing out in Europe: the rise of right-wing populism, and in some cases, extreme far-right forces. Throughout 2013, Carnegie Council's U.S. Global Engagement program tracked these developments and it will be publishing its findings in 2014. This article analyzes the current situation. » Publications » Articles, Papers, and Reports

A Sick Asian Man Goes to Multicultural Europe: A Tale of Modern Citizenship in Transition | 12/04/13
Kei Hiruta
A parable for our times? "As the debate over multiculturalism continues, the societies to which the adjective is applied change in complex ways, as I could glimpse during my trip to Belgium in summer 2013," writes Carnegie Global Ethics Fellow Kei Hiruta. » Publications » Articles, Papers, and Reports

From War to a Global Ethic | 11/21/13
Joel H. Rosenthal, Michael Ignatieff, Adam Roberts, David Rodin
Is it possible to create a global code of ethics? In this Carnegie Council Centennial Symposium at the Scottish Parliament, the panelists discuss Andrew Carnegie's legacy; what has changed since his time; and Carnegie Council's contribution to the vital task of moving toward a shared international understanding with which to face today's problems. » Studio » Multimedia

Passionate Conviction and Inclusive Community | 11/19/13
George Rupp
"Convictions matter. At least our own convictions—the affirmations, commitments, and practices that are central to our personal and social identity—matter to us. Yet because we live in an era of unprecedented global interaction, the convictions of people everywhere also matter to all of us whether we know it or not." » Publications » Carnegie Ethics Online

Winners of the 2013 International Student Photo Contest, Living with Differences | 11/04/13
Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs is delighted to announce the winners of its first international student photo contest. First prize went to a colorful image of intercultural connection: a British teacher, learning from her Indian students, as captured by a Japanese photographer. » News » Press Releases

Immigration Reform: Truths, Myths, and Politics | 09/26/13
Edward Schumacher-Matos
The great wave of illegal immigration to the United States is over, says Edward Schumacher-Matos. Our real challenge now is what to do with those 11–12 million people who are here illegally but who are part of our communities--and this is not only a legal issue but an ethical one. » Studio » Multimedia

Book Review: Colored Cosmopolitanism: The Shared Struggle for Freedom in the United States and India | 07/25/13
Andreas Rekdal
"South Asians and African Americans learned from each other in ways that not only advanced their respective struggles for freedom but helped define what freedom could and should mean," argues historian Nico Slate in his debut book. » Publications » Articles, Papers, and Reports

New Book by Harvard's Islam in the West Scholar, Jocelyne Cesari | 07/25/13
Harvard University issued a press release for the book "Why the West Fears Islam: An Exploration of Muslims in Liberal Democracies" by Jocelyne Cesari, Global Ethics Fellow and Director of Harvard University's Islam in the West Program. » News » Media Mentions

Thought Leader: David Cannadine | 05/07/13
David Cannadine, Zach Dorfman, Anna Kiefer
"So I suppose, looking forward, what I would hope to see is a greater awareness of the richness of individual identities and less attention given to single, simple, distorted, misleading collective identities." » Studio » Thought Leaders Forum

Global Thinkers Forum Interviews Devin Stewart on Ethical Leadership | 03/19/13
Devin T. Stewart
"Ethical leadership means two things: ethically leading others; and shaping the way society understands ethics. Both are deeply linked. Leading in an ethical way is about having a vision for helping others that goes beyond your short-term self-interest and emphasizes long-term collective welfare." » Studio » Multimedia

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

Pax Ethnica: Where and How Diversity Succeeds | 05/18/12
Karl E. Meyer, Shareen Blair Brysac
The headlines are full of stories of deep-simmering hatreds and ethnic strife. How about some good news for a change? Historians Meyer and Brysac explore places where diversity is actually working, from Kerala to Queens. What can we learn from these "oases of civility"? » Studio » Multimedia

Europe's Far Right Goes Mainstream: The Failure of Multiculturalism? | 03/21/12
Marlene Spoerri, Mladen Joksic
What explains the far right's resurgence across Europe? Despite the perceived failures of multiculturalism, the continent should do more to understand why xenophobia remains so compelling and why its immigrants continue to struggle to become European. » Publications » Carnegie Ethics Online

Global Ethics Corner: In America, Does Pluralist Democracy Still Work? | 08/19/11
Has pluralism in America emphasized private interest over public good? Does the market for ideas need more supervision, or should the market rule? » Studio » Multimedia

Global Ethics Corner: In America, Does Pluralist Democracy Still Work? | 08/19/11
Has pluralism in America emphasized private interest over public good? Does the market for ideas need more supervision, or should the market rule? » Studio » Multimedia

China in the 21st Century: Devin Stewart Interviews Jeffrey Wasserstrom | 05/07/10
Jeffrey N. Wasserstrom, Devin T. Stewart
In this lively discussion, topics include China's diversity, its "net nanny" approach to the internet, and why China and the U.S. are more alike than we may think. » Studio » Multimedia

China in the 21st Century: Devin Stewart Interviews Jeffrey Wasserstrom | 05/04/10
Jeffrey N. Wasserstrom, Devin T. Stewart
In this lively discussion, topics include China's diversity, its "net nanny" approach to the internet, and why China and the U.S. are more alike than we may think.  » Studio » Multimedia

Taming the Gods: Religion and Democracy on Three Continents | 04/15/10
Ian Buruma
Focusing on Muslims in Europe, Ian Buruma argues that religions (including Islam) and liberal democracies are compatible, despite many peoples' fears. Democracy allows space for religion as long as believers obey their society's laws. » Studio » Multimedia

Taming the Gods: Religion and Democracy on Three Continents | 03/17/10
Ian Buruma
Focusing on Muslims in Europe, Ian Buruma argues that religions (including Islam) and liberal democracies are compatible, despite many peoples' fears. Democracy allows space for religion as long as believers obey their society's laws. » Studio » Multimedia

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