Media Mentions

APR 24, 2014 News

'Womenomics' Marks Social Shift in Tradition-Bound Japan

Carnegie Council Senior Fellow Devin Stewart spoke with "The Diplomat" on the prospects of 'Womenomics' and changes in Japan's social attitudes.

APR 23, 2014 News

Obama Lands in Tokyo for the First U.S. State Visit in 18 Years

Carnegie Council Senior Fellow Devin Stewart is referenced in this "Global Post" article that lists how Japan has changed since the last State visit by ...

APR 20, 2014 News

Monash Researcher Kamala Kanta Dash joins Sri Sri University's Public Policy and Governance Programme

Carnegie New Leader Kamala Dash has joined the faculty of the public policy and governance programme at Sri Sri University in India.

APR 15, 2014 News

Ukraine Launches Operation Against Pro-Russian Forces

Carnegie Council Senior Fellow and CBS military analyst Colonel Jeff McCausland (ret.) discusses the current military and political situation in Ukraine.

APR 15, 2014 News

Unionists Fail to Target Scots' Hearts and Minds

Carnegie Council Senior Fellow David Speedie responds in a letter to "Financial Times" about an article concerning Scottish independence.

APR 14, 2014 News

Jingo Unchained: What World War I Wrought

"Ethics & International Affairs" Associate Editor Zach Dorfman writes on World War I and its (rather unsavory) long-term effects on American politics.

APR 6, 2014 News

Ukraine Federalisation is a Debatable but Ironic Aim

Carnegie Council Senior Fellow David Speedie responds in a letter to the "Financial Times" article "Russian Push to 'Federalise' Ukraine Stirs Resentment."

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.

Press Releases

JAN 15, 2005 News

Council Launches Global Policy Innovations Program

An article from Belgian newspaper De Tijd discusses Guy Verhofstadt's visit to the United States, highlighting his Carnegie Council talk. The article focuses on his ...

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JAN 1, 2001 News

Join Our Annual Teach-in! Global Ethics Day, October 18, 2017

October 18 is Global Ethics Day! Why not hold an event exploring the role of ethics in international affairs? These events will be run by each ...

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JAN 1, 2001 News

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