John Krzyzaniak

Former Associate Editor, Ethics & International Affairs


John Krzyzaniak was the associate editor of Carnegie Council's journal, Ethics & International Affairs. He holds a master's degree in International Affairs from the Georgia Institute of Technology and a bachelor's from the University of Georgia.

During his graduate studies, he interned at the Institute for the Study of War, where he researched the insurgency in Afghanistan. His other academic interests include international security and terrorism studies. He speaks advanced Persian and spent the summer of 2016 living in Dushanbe, Tajikistan, where he took intensive language courses through the Critical Language Scholarship program.

Featured Work

OCT 29, 2018 Podcast

The Alternatives to War: From Sanctions to Nonviolence, with James Pattison

In this interview with the Council's John Krzyzaniak, James Pattison (University of Manchester, UK), discusses his book, "The Alternatives to War." Taking what he calls ...

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JUN 4, 2018 Podcast

Golden Visas, Dreamers, & Ethics in Immigration, with Ayelet Shachar

There is a global surge in "golden visas" for the super-rich, who often have "no connection to the country other than a wire transfer, the ...

DEC 11, 2017 Podcast

Slowing the Proliferation of Major Conventional Weapons with Jonathan D. Caverley

Although today's hot topic is nuclear proliferation, let's not forget that wars like Syria are being fought with conventional ones, such as aircraft and artillery. ...

JUN 13, 2017 Podcast

Yvonne Terlingen on the UN Secretary-General Selection Process

Until very recently, the United Nations selected its secretary-general entirely behind closed doors. Yvonne Terlingen, of the 1 for 7 Billion Find the Best UN Leader campaign, ...

APR 19, 2017 Podcast

A Conversation on Statelessness with Kristy A. Belton

There are over 10 million stateless people around the world, says researcher Kristy A. Belton, with, often, limited access to banking, education, health care, and countless ...