Media Mentions

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."

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

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 6, 2014 News

Time for Realism and Common Sense on Ukraine

Senior Fellow David Speedie is quoted in a "Nation" editorial on the deep political division in Ukraine.

MAR 6, 2014 News

Rein in Ukraine's Neo-Fascists

In the midst of a changing Ukraine, David Speedie argues it is important that the country's neo-fascist, anti-Semitic and anti-Russian parties are marginalized in order ...

MAR 3, 2014 News

The Secret of Political Jiu-Jitsu

Co-written by Carnegie Council's Mladen Joksic and activist Srdja Popovic, this article discusses how to "make oppression backfire" by peacefully leveraging the brutality of the ...

FEB 28, 2014 News

The Invention of "The Economy"

Carnegie Council Trustee Zachary Karabell is referenced in this piece that looks at the evolution of why and how national economies were measured in the 20...

FEB 27, 2014 News

Ukraine Crisis: How Cooler Heads Can Prevail

David Speedie explains the political crisis in the Ukraine as well as how and why the U.S. and Russia have reacted to the events.

FEB 21, 2014 News

Is Media Distorting Russia and Ukraine?

David Speedie and other guests discuss current events in Russia and Ukraine—including the Sochi Olympics and political change in Ukraine—and how the American ...

FEB 20, 2014 News

"I Don't See the President As An Intellectual at All." A Q&A With Michael Ignatieff

In this "New Republic" interview, Carnegie Council Centennial Chair Michael Ignatieff chats with Isaac Chotiner about what type of people enter politics, the strange feelings ...

Not translated

This content has not yet been translated into your language. You can request a translation by clicking the button below.

Request Translation