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FEB 27, 2024 Journal Online Exclusive

What We've Been Reading

FEB 23, 2024 Article

What Do We Mean When We Talk About "AI Democratization"?

With numerous parties calling for "AI democratization," Elizabeth Seger, director of the CASM digital policy research hub at Demos, discusses four meanings of the term.

FEB 2, 2024 Article

It Takes a Village to Protect Children in the Metaverse

With the metaverse expanding rapidly, states and international institutions need to act to protect minors from abuse, writes Visiting Fellow Zhanna Malekos Smith.

JAN 25, 2024 Article

A Conversation with Carnegie Ethics Fellow Hinh Tran

This interview series profiles members of the inaugural Carnegie Ethics Fellows cohort. This discussion features Hinh Tran, senior counsel at tech company Ramp.

International Court of Justice hearing. CREDIT: United Nations Photo.

JAN 24, 2024 Article

The Gaza War and the Twilight of International Moralism

The Israel-Gaza war illustrates the limits of international law and the U.S.-led international order, writes Visiting Fellow Arta Moeini.

JAN 18, 2024 Journal

Is Space Expansion the Road to Dystopia?

JAN 18, 2024 Journal

Migration, Climate Change, and Voluntariness

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JAN 18, 2024 Journal

EIA Winter Issue: Voluntariness and Migration, Identity Politics, Space Ethics, and more

The editors of Ethics & International Affairs are pleased to present the Winter issue of the journal. The issue features a special section on voluntariness and ...