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On this weekly half-hour television show, leading thinkers and policymakers discuss ethics in international relations. Speeches, town hall conversations, and interviews are interspersed with compelling images to create a dynamic picture of vital global issues.
This interview series explores the ethical dimensions of issues around the world, from Eastern Europe to the Middle East, and discusses the role played by U.S. foreign policy and the West.
As companies get more involved in global affairs, they struggle to behave in ways that are both profitable and values-based. This podcast examines the evolution of global business and its related ethical questions, allowing listeners from all sectors to make purposeful decisions.
Each month, Carnegie Council staff picks a short video clip from our public events. Past clips have featured Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Martin Dempsey, former Irish President Mary Robinson, former Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel, and Egyptian activist Mona Eltahawy.
The Carnegie New Leaders Program (CNL) provides enrichment opportunities for the next generation of leaders who are interested in exploring the ethical dimensions of issues relating to business, foreign policy, and economic development. In this podcast, current and former CNLs discuss their work, their passions, and solutions to some of the world's most pressing challenges.
In this interview series, Ethics & International Affairs Editor John Tessitore and Senior Editor Zach Dorfman speak with journal authors and others about today's most pressing moral issues and their intersection with international life. The series also includes a short podcast introducing each new issue of the journal.
What are the greatest ethical challenges of our time and how should humanity respond? Carnegie Council's Centennial Thought Leaders Forum features interviews with 55 visionaries and role models from a variety of professions, backgrounds, and countries.
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Carnegie Ethics Studio serves as a worldwide broadcast platform for ideas on ethics, foreign policy, and international relations. More than 80 annual events, interviews, and shows are filmed and edited in-house with state-of-the-art equipment. The Studio distributes the resulting multimedia to online, TV, and radio outlets.