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Zamir Akram |
Zamir Akram is a Pakistani diplomat.
Graham Allison |
Graham Allison is the Douglas Dillon Professor of Government at Harvard University and director of the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs.
Benjamin R. Barber |
Benjamin R. Barber is the Gershon and Carrol Kekst Professor of Civil Society at the University of Maryland.
J. Douglas Beason |
J. Douglas Beason is deputy associate director of Defense Threat Reduction at the Los Alamos National Laboratory.
Paul Berman is a political and literary journalist who has reported from various countries in Latin America and Europe and has commented frequently on American foreign policy.
Kurt Campbell |
Kurt Campbell is the senor vice president and director of the International Security Program at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, and holds the Henry Kissinger Chair in National Security.
Steve Coll |
Pulitzer Prize-winner Steve Coll is president of New America Foundation and a staff writer at "The New Yorker."
Ann Cooper |
Ann Cooper is the executive director of the Committee to Protect Journalists.
Jean De Ruyt |
Jean De Ruyt is the Belgian ambassador to the UN.
Tom Diaz |
Tom Diaz is an expert on counterterrorism issues, author, and journalist.
Ethics in a Violent World (2005-2006) |
Focusing on the institutions regulating war and peace, this initiative engages scholars, policymakers, and concerned citizens through major public lectures, policy briefings, and journal articles.
After Boston: An Intelligence Blame Game with no Winner | 05/08/13
David C. Speedie
Immediately after the Boston Marathon bombings there was a sadly predictable flurry of mutual recriminations between the intelligence services of the U.S. and Russia. It's time to put suspicions aside and work together against terrorism directed at both countries.
Global Ethics Corner: Was the Boston Lockdown Justified? | 04/29/13
As authorities searched for one of the Boston Marathon bombers, the city of Boston and its suburbs were put on lockdown. Was this action justified? Does this set a dangerous precedent or should we trust the government to exercise emergency powers judiciously?
Global Ethics Corner: What’s Going on in Guantanamo Bay? | 04/22/13
With over half of the detainees on a hunger strike, tensions are worse than ever at Guantanamo Bay. Is it finally time for the United States to close this detention camp? Or does it still serve a purpose in the country's ongoing wars?
The New American Militarism: How Americans Are Seduced by War (2013) | 04/17/13
Andrew J. Bacevich
Andrew Bacevich argues that militarism now permeates U.S. society. These attitudes emerged in the decades after the Vietnam War, and are at odds both with U.S. interests and with its founding traditions.
Thought Leader: Bineta Diop | 03/21/13
Bineta Diop, Devin T. Stewart
"For me, leadership is also feminine. I always say that the men who have feminine values are part of the criteria for me to look for in leadership. It is that touch, that caring, giving, solidarity. Those are things that for me are very fundamental in leadership."
TEN YEARS AFTER: A RETROSPECTIVE ON THE IRAQ WAR | 03/20/13
On the tenth anniversary of the U.S. invasion of Iraq, we look back on the ethical debates surrounding the war, and the conflict's tragic results. Millions of Iraqis—along with many others in the Middle East, plus Americans and their European allies—are still struggling with the consequences of March 19, 2003.
Drones: Legal, Ethical, and Wise? | 03/19/13
Joel H. Rosenthal
The U.S. drone program raises serious ethical concerns, particularly about accountability and due process. Congress, with support from President Obama, must develop new oversight rules to ensure that U.S. values are safeguarded.
Behind the Headlines--After the Israeli Elections: A New Chapter or More of the Same? | 02/25/13
Why were the recent Israeli elections results so different from expectations? Why were the main issues domestic ones, with little attention paid to Iran or the Palestinian situation? For answers to these questions and more, look to Yoram Peri's expert analysis of the complexities of Israeli politics and concerns.
Winners of the 2012 International Student/Teacher Essay Contest, "Ethics for a Connected World" | 02/22/13
Carnegie Council announces the results of its annual International Student/Teacher Essay Contest. Winners are from Finland, India, Japan, Nigeria, the Philippines, Sweden, and the USA, with honorable mentions for essays from Indonesia, Japan, South Korea, and the USA.