Impact of Globalization

1. Has globalization gone too far, not far enough, or has it been heading in the wrong direction?
2. To what extent is global poverty a harm inflicted by the global economy?
3. Does economic globalization lift all boats, or is it a modern form of empire?
4. Is "globalization" another word for Americanization?
5. Are globalization’s characteristic interactions and institutions exploitative, and, if so, does this generate moral duties?
6. Do well-off peoples have to give up advantages and luxuries for the benefit of the global poor?
7. What practical challenges and constraints do states and individuals face in responding to their global moral duties?

Ethics in the Classroom: Empowering the Next Generation

From climate change to the governance of emerging technologies, the list of challenges faced by future leaders is long. This panel brings together contributors from the Carnegie Council’s Ethics & International Affairs journal to explore how ethics can be used in the classroom to engage students and empower them to tackle critical issues resulting from globalization and our rapidly changing world.