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Brandenburg Gate in Berlin in lit up in Ukraine's colors, February 2022.

JAN 26, 2023 Article

Is the West at "war" with Russia?

What does it mean precisely when German Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock says that the Euro-Atlantic community finds itself at "war” with Russia in Ukraine? Senior ...

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JAN 24, 2023 Article

Now is the Moment for a Systemic Reset of AI and Technology Governance

How can we ensure that the technologies currently being developed are used for the common good, rather than for the benefit of a select few? ...

Cathryn Costello, Cornelia Woll, Reem Alabali-Radovan, & Michael Doyle

DEC 15, 2022 Article

Revising MIMC: Finding Solutions to the Challenges of Today's Migration

On October 13-14, 2022, the Model International Mobility Convention (MIMC), Carnegie Council’s migration impact initiative, convened a workshop to find solutions to the most pressing ...

DEC 15, 2022 Article

Family Reunification: Domestic and Human Rights Regional Courts Perspective

Domestic and regional courts have a relevant role not only in applying international law but also in developing it. This paper aims to critically analyze ...

DEC 7, 2022 Article

Five Moments That Will Shape Ethics in International Affairs for 2023

How can ethics help us better understand the world in 2023 and the choices we face within it? Carnegie Council President Joel Rosenthal discusses the FTX ...

NOV 30, 2022 Article

Record Numbers Join Global Ethics Day 2022

In the face of extraordinary challenges such as accelerating climate change, rising nationalism, and war in Europe, organizations and individuals across 67 countries chose to take ...

OCT 25, 2022 Article

A Manifesto on Enforcing Law in the Age of "Artificial Intelligence"

"A Manifesto on Enforcing Law in the Age of 'Artificial Intelligence'" was recently presented at a gathering in Rome, with a focus of design of ...

President Biden at the virtual Leaders Summit on Climate in April 2021, with Secretary Kerry and Secretary Blinken. CREDIT: The White House/Public Domain.

OCT 21, 2022 Article

Biden's National Security Strategy & the Ethics of Statecraft

The Biden-Harris administration recently released its long-awaited National Security Strategy. In this article, Senior Fellow Nikolas Gvosdev discusses some of the ethical tensions and tradeoffs ...

OCT 17, 2022 Article

Recommended "Artificial Intelligence & Equality" Podcasts for Global Ethics Day 2022

These podcasts cover many of the issues that AIEI has been focused on over the past year. On this Global Ethics Day, we encourage you ...

OCT 13, 2022 Article

Ethics as an Antidote

Against the bleak backdrop of war in Ukraine, climate emergency, food and energy shortages, and multiple refugee crises—true north on anyone’s moral compass ...