Media Mentions

APR 2, 2014 News

Global Justice in the Anthropocene: The Fourth Pillar Debate in Sustainable Development

Global Ethics Fellow Katsuhiko Mori addresses the question of why global environmental governance has failed.

MAR 28, 2014 News

8 Questions on Ukraine

Carnegie Council Senior Fellow David Speedie poses fundamental questions about the political crisis in Ukraine and Crimea and its response from the West.

MAR 24, 2014 News

Post-Cold War West Poked Russian Bear with a Stick until It Finally Swiped Back

Carnegie Council Senior Fellow David Speedie answers questions concerning the West's response to political changes in Ukraine and Crimea.

MAR 19, 2014 News

Is the Age of Intervention Over?

Carnegie Council Centennial Chair Michael Ignatieff explores whether democratic support for intervention is eroding across the West, and what the consequences are for international relations ...

MAR 18, 2014 News

Colonel Jeff McCausland on the Annexation of Crimea

Carnegie Council Senior Fellow and CBS Military Analyst Colonel Jeff McCausland gives the latest on Vladimir Putin's legal actions concerning the annexation of Crimea.

MAR 16, 2014 News

Colonel Jeff McCausland On Ukraine

Carnegie Council Senior Fellow and CBS Military Consultant Colonel Jeffrey McCausland discusses the week's political events in Ukraine and Crimea.

MAR 11, 2014 News

The "Made in China" Fallacy

Our trade deficit with China is vastly exaggerated--and it skews how we see the entire economy, argues Carnegie Council Trustee Zachary Karabell.

MAR 10, 2014 News

Zachary Karabell on Economic Measurements

From February 28 to March 8, Vice Chairman of the Board Zachary Karabell published several articles that analyze how we measure the economy and the shortcomings of ...

MAR 10, 2014 News

David Ritchie Reviews "Philosophy After Hiroshima"

Global Ethics Fellow David Ritchie reviews "Philosophy After Hiroshima" (Edward Demenchonok, ed.) in "Peace Review: A Journal of Social Justice."

MAR 10, 2014 News

5 Questions with John Bew on Realpolitik, Obama, and Intervention

In this interview, John Bew, Kissinger Chair at the Library of Congress, references and recommends Carnegie Council President Joel Rosenthal's book, "Righteous Realists."

Press Releases

MAY 1, 2008 News

Carnegie Council Special Offer, Limited Time Only: Discount on Subscriptions to "Ethics & International Affairs" Journal

As an end-of season gift, the Carnegie Council is pleased to offer all educators and students a 20% discount on a subscription to its quarterly journal, "...

APR 23, 2008 News

Carnegie Council Launches Pilot Program and Appoints Dr. William Vocke

As Senior Fellow and Senior Program Director, Dr. William C. Vocke is responsible for developing new partnerships and educational materials for the Carnegie Ethics Studio ...

APR 8, 2008 News

Carnegie Council Receives Carnegie Corporation Grant

The Carnegie Council is pleased to announce that it has received a grant from the Carnegie Corporation to feature the Corporation's Carnegie Scholars in the ...

APR 1, 2008 News

Carnegie Council Receives Funding for the Foreign Policy Roundtable

TheĀ CouncilĀ announces grants from Smith Richardson Foundation, the Carnegie Corporation, and Stony Brook University to co-fund the long-running Foreign Policy Roundtable. They complement support ...

MAR 25, 2008 News

Carnegie-Uehiro Fellowship Program

The purpose of the Carnegie-Uehiro Fellowship program is to promote the study and teaching of ethics and international affairs. Fellows will conduct their own research ...

2007 Graphics Contest Winners

JAN 22, 2008 News

Winners of the Carnegie Council 2007 Graphics Contest

The Carnegie Council is delighted to announce the results of the 2007 Graphics Competition.

Dealing Fairly with Developing Country Debt

DEC 14, 2007 News

The Carnegie Council Announces the Publication of "Dealing Fairly with Developing Country Debt"

In this important volume edited by Christian Barry, Barry Herman, and Lydia Tomitova, philosophers, theologians, lawyers, and economists examine questions related to how to deal ...

The Ethical Blogger

NOV 30, 2007 News

Ethics Online @ The Ethical Blogger

The Carnegie Council has teamed up with a group of partners to create the Ethical Blog Project. Its blog, The Ethical Blogger, clearly meets a ...

Devin Stewart and Josh Kurlantzick

SEP 28, 2007 News

Bloggingheads Video: China's Soft Power

Watch Devin Stewart of the Carnegie Council and Josh Kurlantzick of the Carnegie Endowment discuss China's Soft Power on, an online forum of ...

Teaching the Violent Past

SEP 21, 2007 News

Carnegie Council Announces the Publication of "Teaching the Violent Past" edited by Elizabeth Cole

How does a society deal with a violent past? This question is answered in the edited volume "Teaching the Violent Past", which examines the politics ...