Carnegie Council Fellows Winter 2015 Update

December 15, 2015

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Through our network of distinguished Fellows around the world, Carnegie Council continues to enlarge the audience for the simple but powerful message that ethics matter, regardless of place, origin, or belief.

Here's a brief run-down covering some of the recent activities of our Carnegie Council Fellows and Global Ethics Fellows.

ARTICLES

The Refugees & the New War
Carnegie Council Centennial Chair Michael Ignatieff, The New York Review of Books, December 17, 2015

Governors Who Reject Refugees Harm Their States
Kavitha Rajagopalan, New York Observer, November 17, 2015

Why France Should Not Close its Borders
Kavitha Rajagopalan, New York Observer, November 14, 2015

This Burgeoning Democracy Faces a Threat From Within
Kavitha Rajagopalan, New York Observer, November 13, 2015

It's Your Country Not Mine: China's New Language of Discontent
Global Ethics Fellow Joshua Eisenman, South China Morning Post, November 3, 2015

The Might of the Pen: Indian Writers Stand Up to Modi
Ananya Vajpeyi, Foreign Affairs, November 3, 2015

CARNEGIE COUNCIL TALK

Back to the Future? Battlefield Nuclear Weapons in Southeast Asia
Senior Fellow Jeffrey D. McCausland, December 16, 2015
Audio and transcript coming soon.

GLOBAL ETHICAL DIALOGUES PROJECT: SOUTH AFRICA, DECEMBER 2015

Sandy Africa and Gerhard Wolmarans of the University of Pretoria hosted Michael Ignatieff and Devin Stewart for a series of 30 discussions in Pretoria, Johannesburg, Port Elizabeth, and Durban, South Africa.

NEW APPOINTMENTS

Amrita Gupta appointed Journalism Fellow, Policy Innovations (Carnegie Council's digital magazine), November 2015.

Elena Shanbaum appointed Carnegie Council Education Fellow, December 2015.

Jean-Marc Coicaud elected to Academia Europaea, October 2015.

Jiyoung Song is taking up a new position from January 2016 as Director of Migration and Border Policy at Lowy Institute for International Policy in Sydney, funded by the Australian Government Department of Immigration and Border Protection.

FORTHCOMING BOOK

Global Ethics Fellow Reed Bonadonna recently signed a book contract with U.S. Naval Institute Press for a book, the working title of which is Soldiers and Civilization. It should be out in the summer-fall of 2016.

PAPERS COMING SOON

Global Ethics Fellows' papers from the October 2015 Global Ethics Conference in New York. The papers will be part of a new Carnegie Council program focused on Asia.