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Andrew Arato |
Andrew Arato is Dorothy Hirshon Professor in Political and Social Theory at the Graduate Faculty, New School University. » People

Hilary Charlesworth |
Hilary Charlesworth is professor and director of the Centre for International Governance and Justice in the Regulatory Institutions Network at the Australian National University. » People

The Struggle for Iraq's Future: How Corruption, Incompetence and Sectarianism Have Undermined Democracy | 03/10/14
Zaid al-Ali
In this bleak and revealing talk, Iraqi lawyer Zaid al-Ali provides an insider's analysis of Iraq's many failures of governance, from creating a constitution to providing Iraqis with jobs, electricity, and most of all safety. » Studio » Multimedia

Important Choices: Foreign Policy and Defense Spending | 10/07/13
Lawrence Korb, David C. Speedie
How much does the U.S. actually spend on defense and where does that money go? Lawrence Korb, an expert on the federal budget, the military, and national security, discusses the tough choices the U.S. needs to make on defense spending; relations with Iran; Syria; NATO; and nuclear weapons. » Studio » Multimedia

Year Zero: A History of 1945 | 10/01/13
Ian Buruma
The reverberations of 1945 are still felt today, politically, socially, and economically. In this fascinating talk, Ian Buruma gives us an understanding of what happened in that fateful year, when one world ended and a new, uncertain world began. » Studio » Multimedia

Exit the Colonel: The Hidden History of the Libyan Revolution | 10/27/12
Ethan Chorin, Joanne J. Myers
The real story of the Libyan Revolution began not with the Arab Spring, but in 2003, when anti-Qaddafi sanctions were lifted. Former U.S. diplomat Ethan Chorin was posted to Libya in 2004 and was in Benghazi when Ambassador Stevens was killed. He gives an insider's perspective on this complex tale. » Studio » Multimedia

United Nations Justice: Legal and Judicial Reform in Governance Operations | 09/28/10
Calin Trenkov-Wermuth's "United Nations Justice" provides a thoughtful and useful contribution to the understanding of how UN governance operations have evolved. » Publications » Ethics & International Affairs » Ethics & International Affairs Volume 24.3 (Fall 2010) » Book Reviews

"The Gender of Reparations: Unsettling Sexual Hierarchies While Redressing Human Rights Violations" Edited by Ruth Rubio-Marin [Full Text] | 06/14/10
This edited collection provides a gender-sensitive analysis of reparations programs in transitional and postconflict societies, examining the gendered nature of violence during armed conflict and political repression, and reparations as an approach to promoting postconflict justice. » Publications » Ethics & International Affairs » Ethics & International Affairs Volume 24.2 (Summer 2010) » Book Reviews

Eclipse of the Sunnis: Power, Exile, and Upheaval in the Middle East | 05/19/10
Deborah Amos
1.9 million Sunni Muslims have been forced into exile following the Iraq War, says Deborah Amos. What impact is this having on these people's lives, on Iraq, and on the region's delicate balance of power? » Studio » Multimedia

Eclipse of the Sunnis: Power, Exile, and Upheaval in the Middle East | 03/26/10
Deborah Amos, Joanne J. Myers
1.9 million Sunni Muslims have been forced into exile following the Iraq War, says Deborah Amos. What impact is this having on these people's lives, on Iraq, and on the region's delicate balance of power? » Studio » Multimedia

Eclipse of the Sunnis: Power, Exile, and Upheaval in the Middle East | 03/23/10
Deborah Amos, Joanne J. Myers
1.9 million Sunni Muslims have been forced into exile following the Iraq War, says Deborah Amos. What impact is this having on these people's lives, on Iraq, and on the region's delicate balance of power? » Studio » Multimedia

A Humanitarian Assessment of the War in Iraq | 07/07/09
Ali Wyne
The debates about withdrawing from Iraq have excluded what would seem to be a self-evident point of contention: how best to repair the damage that Iraqis have suffered as a result of the war. » Publications » Carnegie Ethics Online

Perspectives on National Reconciliation in Iraq | 02/11/08
Mokhtar Lamani, Joanne J. Myers
Appointed by the Arab League as Special Envoy to Iraq, Mohktar Lamani spent a year in Baghdad's dangerous Red Zone trying to bring about peace between Shiites, Sunnis, Kurds, and Christians. But his efforts were crippled by sectarian conflict and he resigned in February 2007. » Studio » Multimedia

Perspectives on National Reconciliation in Iraq | 02/04/08
Mokhtar Lamani, Joanne J. Myers
Appointed by the Arab League as Special Envoy to Iraq, Mohktar Lamani spent a year in Baghdad's dangerous Red Zone trying to bring about peace between Shiites, Sunnis, Kurds, and Christians. » Studio » Multimedia

Perspectives on National Reconciliation in Iraq | 01/31/08
Mokhtar Lamani
Appointed by the Arab League as Special Envoy to Iraq, Mohktar Lamani spent a year in Baghdad's dangerous Red Zone trying to bring about peace between Shiites, Sunnis, Kurds, and Christians. But his efforts were crippled by sectarian conflict and he resigned in February 2007. » Studio » Multimedia

Iraq After the "Surge" | 11/11/07
Jeffrey D. McCausland
Is the "surge" working? McCausland analyzes its results in four different areas of Iraqi life: political, military, diplomatic, and economic. He goes on to discuss the way forward, which seems to be a choice between several bad alternatives. » Publications » Articles, Papers, and Reports

What We Owe Iraq: War and the Ethics of Nation Building | 09/13/07
Noah Feldman, Joanne J. Myers
Feldman, a constitutional expert and Arabic-speaker sent to Iraq by the Bush administration, argues that U.S. intervention in Iraq amounts to a moral promise, and unless asked to leave, we are morally bound to stay until a legitimately elected government can govern effectively. » Studio » Multimedia

And Now from the Green Zone . . . Reflections on the Iraq Tribunal's Dujail Trial [Full Text] | 09/07/06
Miranda Sissons
The Iraq tribunal is an odd creature. It is an Iraqi-led mechanism designed and supported by foreigners. It is based on international law but relies heavily on Iraqi legal tradition and procedures. And it is a postconflict initiative in the midst of escalating war. » Publications » Ethics & International Affairs » Ethics & International Affairs, Volume 20.4 (Winter 2006) » Symposium: The Trial of Saddam Hussein

Saddam Hussein's Trial Meets the "Fairness" Test [Full Text] | 09/07/06
Kingsley Chiedu Moghalu
Despite legitimate concerns, Saddam Hussein has received an appropriate and fair trial, both in light of the specific details of the judicial proceedings and in light of the political nature of war crimes justice in an anarchic system of states. » Publications » Ethics & International Affairs » Ethics & International Affairs, Volume 20.4 (Winter 2006) » Symposium: The Trial of Saddam Hussein

The Ethics of Lustration [Abstract] | 04/24/06
Jens Meierhenrich
One of the most important challenges for the occupation of Iraq has been making decisions about the status of people who were either responsible for or who passively benefited from the regime’s past injustices. » Publications » Ethics & International Affairs » Ethics & International Affairs, Volume 20.1 (Spring 2006) » Special Section on Justice after War

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