Media Mentions

AUG 7, 2014 News

Will Erdogan's Victory Mark Rise of Illiberal Democracy?

Global Ethics Fellow Hakan Altinay writes on the easy win projected for Turkey's popular Prime Minister Tayip Erdogan--despite protests against his autocratic style.

AUG 3, 2014 News

The Scottish Independence Question: A View from America

In this piece published by "The National Interest," senior fellow and program director David Speedie tests "the credibility of a truly "united" kingdom and the ...

JUL 20, 2014 News

The Wartime Press: Civil Liberties During War

Carnegie Council Senior Fellow Colonel Jeff McCausland moderated a panel discussion at New America Foundation on civil liberties during war, which was broadcast on C-Span 3.

JUN 30, 2014 News

Japan Finally Apologizes to Its Women

"As Devin Stewart of the Carnegie Council has noted, the 76er generation—Japan’s equivalent of America’s Generation X—is far more liberal in ...

JUN 28, 2014 News

Pak-U.S. Ties on Positive Trajectory: Jilani

"Pakistan's relations with the U.S. are on positive trajectory and the two countries are working cooperatively in wide-ranging areas, especially in economic, trade and ...

JUN 27, 2014 News

Carnegie Council Symposium in Sarajevo, June 2014

On June 28, 1914, Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria and his wife were assassinated in Sarajevo, an event that led to the outbreak of World War I. ...

JUN 25, 2014 News

The Participation Gap

"Inequality doesn't result only from differences in income or wealth (the focus of French economist Thomas Piketty). It also has a political dimension, fueled by ...

JUN 25, 2014 News

Are the Authoritarians Winning?

In a "New York Review of Books" article, Centennial Chair Michael Ignatieff examines the strengths and weaknesses of modern democratic and authoritarian states according to ...

JUN 20, 2014 News

NATO Needs to Get Its House in Order to Face a More Dangerous World

Global Ethics Fellow Roland Paris argues in "The Globe and Mail" that due to shifts in world affairs, if NATO political leaders "do not reinvest ...

JUN 20, 2014 News

Can Japan Change? Yes, It Can!

Carnegie Council Senior Fellow Devin Stewart summarizes key takeaways from a panel he organized about Japan's future. Stewart argues that although it may not be ...

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