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Robert F. Drinan |
Father Robert F. Drinan (1920-2007) was a Jesuit priest, a human rights activist, a Democratic U.S. Representative from Massachusetts, and a law professor at Georgetown University. » People

Ethics in a Violent World (2005-2006) |
Matt Peterson
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. » Programs » Past Programs » Ethics in a Violent World

Duterte's Drug War and Human Rights in the Philippines and Southeast Asia | 03/27/17
Phelim Kine, Devin T. Stewart
President Duterte has created a human rights calamity, says Phelim Kine of Human Rights Watch. In just over over eight months, 7,000 of the poorest, most marginalized Filipinos have been killed. What's needed is a UN special investigation. Without one, and without sustained exposure of these killings, things are only going to get worse. » Multimedia » All Audio, Video, Transcripts

Indonesia's Jihadists, and the Rise of Female Terrorists | 03/22/17
Nava Nuraniyah, Devin T. Stewart
Indonesia is sometimes described as "the smiling face of Islam," but the reality is much more complex. Naraniyah explains the shifting landscape of Indonesian Islamic extremist groups, and notes that women are playing an increasingly important role, many of them inspired by images on social media of female ISIS supporters around the world. » Multimedia » All Audio, Video, Transcripts

No Place for Eritreans | 03/22/17
Abraham T. Zere
Eritreans are fleeing their repressive homeland at the rate of 5,000 a month. Yet once they manage to leave, new dangers await these hapless refugees, from extortion to violence and death. How can the world turn its back? » Publications » Articles, Papers, and Reports

Orville Schell on China's Role in the World | 03/21/17
Orville Schell, Stephanie Sy
Orville Schell has been reporting on China since 1970. In this wide-ranging and insightful conversation he looks at China and the U.S. exit from TPP; North Korea; the South China Sea; China's values system (or lack of one); human rights; climate change; and more. » Multimedia » All Audio, Video, Transcripts

Human Rights Narratives and Active Resistance, with Sujata Gadka-Wilcox | 03/03/17
Sujata Gadkar-Wilcox, Alex Woodson
Gadkar-Wilcox says that when it comes to human rights, we need to ask more questions about systems and origins. This is especially important now, as Americans confront a powerful executive branch pushing simplistic narratives and "alternative facts." What are the responsibilities of individuals? How can we start these challenging discussions? » Multimedia » All Audio, Video, Transcripts

Carnegie Council Presents New "Trump in Asia" Podcast Series | 02/23/17
Carnegie Council Senior Fellow Devin Stewart has launched a series of podcast interviews on how the Trump Administration might approach Asia--a region that may become a site of conflict. Here are the first 10 podcasts, with full transcripts. » News » Press Releases

Alexander Görlach on Threats to Liberal Democracy | 02/14/17
Alexander Görlach, Stephanie Sy
In this wide-ranging and lively discussion, Alexander Görlach, founder of the debate magazine "The European," tackles the rise of populism and the far right in Europe, Brexit, the results of the U.S. election, the refugee crisis, and more. » Multimedia » All Audio, Video, Transcripts

A Conversation with Robert Quinn on Scholars at Risk | 02/13/17
Robert Quinn, Stephanie Sy
Scholars at Risk provides temporary teaching positions and advisory services to hundreds of threatened scholars around the world. Quinn describes how its caseload has doubled recently, largely because of Syria and Turkey. He also discusses challenges for U.S. colleges, from fake news, to Trump's immigration policies, to free speech on campuses. » Multimedia » All Audio, Video, Transcripts

Former U.S. Ambassador to Myanmar Reflects on the Democratic Transition | 02/08/17
Derek Mitchell, Devin T. Stewart
What were Myanmar's major challenges during its transition to democracy--and indeed to this day? What was the U.S. role in the transition? What is the situation with the Rohingya minority? How will the Trump administration approach Myanmar, and Southeast Asia in general? For answers, don't miss this discussion with Ambassador Mitchell. » Multimedia » All Audio, Video, Transcripts

Asylum in the United States for Unaccompanied Children | 02/07/17
Margaret Kuehne Taylor
The current magnitude of child migration to the United States is unprecedented. How does the U.S. asylum process for unaccompanied children work? Find out with this clear, step-by step explanation from Margaret Kuehne Taylor, Office of Immigration Litigation, Civil Division, Department of Justice. » Publications » Carnegie Ethics Online

Freedom of Expression in Ethiopia, Kenya, and Beyond | 02/03/17
Ismail Einashe, Alex Woodson
Freelance journalist Ismail Einashe sees a dangerous backsliding of democracy and free media in sub-Saharan Africa, alongside an increase in Internet access and the influence of foreign media organizations. Two weeks into the new administration, are there parallels in the United States? » Multimedia » All Audio, Video, Transcripts

Shalini Kantayya: The Intersection of Ethics, the Environment, & Economics | 02/02/17
Shalini Kantayya, Stephanie Sy
"I think we as a movement have not done a good job of making climate change a kitchen-table issue, of making this an economic issue for working families, and that is what it is. This is about taking money from the 1 percent and putting it in the hands of the many," says filmmaker Shalini Kantayya. » Multimedia » All Audio, Video, Transcripts

Call for Applications for Indonesia Fact-Finding Trip, October 2017 | 02/01/17
The Asia Dialogues program will lead a one-week fact-finding trip to Yogyakarta, Indonesia, the week of October 16, 2017, to explore issues relating to religion in politics and society. We are accepting applications from students and professionals under 40 from the U.S. and East Asia. Thanks to the Henry Luce Foundation, airfare and hotel expenses are covered. » News » Press Releases

Winners of the 2016 International Student Photo Contest on Urbanization | 01/26/17
Carnegie Council congratulates the winners of its annual International Student Photo Contest. The topic was cities/urbanization. What are the pros and cons? Who gains and who loses? The winning photos are by students from the United States, Canada, and Romania. » News » Press Releases

Virtual Citizenship for Refugees: A Proposal | 01/20/17
Christian Barry, Philip Gerrans
At last, a practical, humane, and cost-effective proposal to help cope with the nearly 20 million refugees and asylum seekers worldwide, from philosophers Christian Barry and Philip Gerrans. » Publications » Carnegie Ethics Online

Top Risks and Ethical Decisions 2017 | 01/10/17
Ian Bremmer, Devin T. Stewart
The world is entering a geopolitical recession, i.e. an unwinding of the old global order, says political scientist Ian Bremmer, in his grimmest forecast ever. Topics include the potential challenges from a Trump administration, President Obama's legacy of a more fractured world, human rights in the Middle East, and the fate of liberalism. » Multimedia » All Audio, Video, Transcripts

Eritrea: An Exiled Nation Suspended in Liminal Space through Social Media | 12/30/16
Abraham T. Zere
Exiled Eritreans use social media to organize opposition against the tyrannical regime back home and to provide crucial information for the thousands of young migrants fleeing the country. They remain in limbo--a liminal space between the familiar and the unknown. » Publications » Carnegie Ethics Online

Indonesia's Growing Islamist Populism | 12/21/16
Marcus Mietzner, Devin T. Stewart
November and December 2016 saw mass demonstrations in Jakarta, the largest protests in Indonesia's history. The demonstrators demanded that the city governor, an ethnic Chinese and a Christian, be prosecuted and then arrested for blasphemy against Islam. What are the forces behind these confrontations and what will be the consequences? » Multimedia » All Audio, Video, Transcripts

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