Media Mentions

MAR 17, 2015 News

Hatchet to Hatchet, Dust (Jacket) to Dust: Reading The New York Times Nonfiction Bestseller List

Zach Dorfman, associate editor of Carnegie Council's journal, "Ethics & International Affairs," read each book in the "New York Times" top 10 bestseller list and wrote a ...

MAR 12, 2015 News

Johnson’s Russia List JRL 2015-#50: Thursday 12 March 2015

Carnegie Council Senior Fellow David Speedie's article "The United States, Russia, and Ukraine: Report from Moscow" was featured in "Johnson's Russia List." In the piece, ...

MAR 5, 2015 News

In Japan, People Are Flipping Out Over The Flip-Phone (Galapagos Phone): What's Old Is New Again

Carnegie Council Senior Fellow Devin Stewart is mentioned in this "Forbes" article about the comeback of "flip phones" in Japan.

MAR 5, 2015 News

Modern Slavery and the Responsibilities of Individual Consumers

In this piece for "openDemocracy," Christian Barry ("Ethics & International Affairs" editorial board member) gives readers some tips on how to be an ethical consumer in ...

MAR 5, 2015 News

Teenage Global Prize Winner Cadel Watson on "Mornings with Jon Faine"

16-year-old Castlemaine Secondary College student Cadel Watson was recently interviewed by 774 ABC Melbourne radio station. Cadel was the 2nd prize winner in the high school ...

FEB 19, 2015 News

Preventing Terrorism

Carnegie Council Senior Fellow and CBS military analyst Colonel Jeff McCausland (ret.) discusses the White House summit on countering violent extremism.

FEB 18, 2015 News

Five Best Ideas of the Day

Policy Innovations (PI), Carnegie Council's magazine on social innovation, was featured recently by The Aspen Institute. A piece published by PI and titled "Cancer Care ...

FEB 10, 2015 News

There is no "Right to be Forgotten"

In this piece for the "Huffington Post," Carnegie Council Uehiro Senior Fellow David Rodin reflects on the "Right to be Forgotten" on the internet.

FEB 10, 2015 News

Is the International Community Abandoning the Fight Against Impunity?

The International Center for Transitional Justice (ICTJ) announced it will be hosting a series of online debates on the increasing impunity of atrocious states. Carnegie ...

JAN 29, 2015 News

Abenomics Meets Womenomics

Working women have long struggled to make their way in Japan, even in comparison to their counterparts in other advanced countries. But now many Japanese ...

Press Releases

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

The Council 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 ...

AUG 27, 2007 News

Carnegie Council Announces Workshops for Ethics in Business

Global Policy Innovations presents Workshops for Ethics in Business (WEB). WEB is a one-of-a-kind forum that brings together top corporations and NGOs in a civilized ...

Examples of previous Carnegie Council designs

JUL 24, 2007 News

Annual Graphics Contest, 2007

Applicants are invited to submit designs on the Council's three themes: Ethics, War, and Peace; Global Social Justice; and Religion in Politics. Prizes of $500. The ...

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