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JAN 18, 2024 Journal

Voluntariness and Migration: A Restatement

JAN 17, 2024 Journal

International Law and the Humanization of Warfare

JAN 17, 2024 Journal

Introduction: Voluntariness and Migration

JAN 10, 2024 Journal Online Exclusive

Global Justice in a Turbulent World

Without order, our world will continue to suffer from deadly conflict; without justice, peace will be short lived.

JAN 9, 2024 Article

Omnipolicy: How the Next Generation is Rethinking U.S. Global Engagement

In 2023, the U.S. Global Engagement initiative engaged in a series of on-campus site visits. How does the next generation think about America's foreign policy?

JAN 5, 2024 Article

Imagining Success in a Post-Quantum Future

Quantum technology could usher in a "new era of computation," writes Zhanna Malekos Smith. How can states, international institutions, and industries prepare?

JAN 3, 2024 Journal Online Exclusive

What We've Been Reading

Happy New Year! Welcome to our roundup of news and current events related to ethics and international affairs. Here’s some of what we’ve ...

Lily Gladstone and Leonardo DiCaprio in Killers of the Flower Moon. Credit: Apple TV+

DEC 19, 2023 Article

Ethics on Film: Discussion of "Killers of the Flower Moon"

This review explores ethical issues in "Killers of the Flower Moon," including the treatment of the Native American victims of the Osage Reign of Terror.

DEC 18, 2023 Article

Celebrating Ten Years of Global Ethics Day

Amid the climate crisis and ongoing wars, individuals and organizations from over 70 countries joined Carnegie Council to celebrate the tenth annual Global Ethics Day.