Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs: Media RSS Feed en-us Localizing U.S. Foreign Policy, with Kristina Biyad Foreign Policy for America Foundation's Kristina Biyad joins "The Doorstep" to discuss "foreign policy for the middle class" three years into the Biden administration. Fri, 22 Sep 2023 16:14:00 -0400 India's G20 Power Play, with Dr. Happymon Jacob As the G20 summit gets underway in New Delhi, Dr. Happymon Jacob joins "The Doorstep" to assess what to expect as India takes center stage. Fri, 08 Sep 2023 12:37:00 -0400 Can We Code Power Responsibly? with Carl Miller In this thought-provoking episode, Carl Miller tackles the pressing questions: Can we code power responsibly? And moreover, how do we define "power" in this context? Wed, 06 Sep 2023 09:02:00 -0400 C2GTalk: How can young people in the Global South engage in the governance of solar radiation modification? with Nii Noi Omaboe It is essential for young people in the Global South to become more involved in international climate discussions, says Ghanaian climate activist Nii Noi Omaboe. Mon, 28 Aug 2023 09:14:00 -0400 Preparing for the Quantum Computing Tipping Point Visiting Fellow Zhanna Malekos Smith discusses ethical concerns around quantum computers and why states should act now to secure their critical infrastructure. Wed, 23 Aug 2023 10:30:00 -0400 Nuclear Ethics for this Moment This panel explores ethical questions surrounding nuclear weapons and builds upon a symposium published in the most recent issue of "Ethics & International Affairs." Wed, 09 Aug 2023 19:36:00 -0400 Ethics on Film: Discussion of "Oppenheimer" This review explores ethical issues in the film, including the morality of building the bomb, empathy for victims, and the Cold War arms race. Tue, 01 Aug 2023 11:00:00 -0400 C2GTalk: How can Global South civil society be engaged in deliberations about solar radiation modification? with Shuchi Talati Consultation and engagement with civil society in the Global South is essential for inclusive SRM governance, says Dr. Shuchi Talati in this  "C2GTalk." Mon, 31 Jul 2023 09:06:00 -0400 Ways to Influence AI Policy and Governance, with Merve Hickok and Marc Rotenberg Merve Hickok & Marc Rotenberg of the Center for AI and Digital Policy, a hugely impactful initiative for AI governance, join this AIEI podcast. Thu, 27 Jul 2023 09:45:00 -0400 Building Space Security through Sustainability and Ethics Visiting Fellow Zhanna L. Malekos Smith discusses U.S.-UK space and cyber policy and the ethics and sustainability concerns around "counterspace" weapons. Mon, 24 Jul 2023 11:00:00 -0400 Fire Weather: A True Story from a Hotter World, with John Vaillant "Fire Weather" author John Vaillant joins Tatiana Serafin to discuss how we have created a climate where fires thrive: a new "century of fire." Wed, 19 Jul 2023 13:40:00 -0400 C2GTalk: What can small islands bring to tackling the climate crisis? with Ronny Jumeau Small island nations, like the Seychelles, face devastating impacts from climate change. Ronny Jumeau outlines the expertise these nations bring to tackling the climate crisis. Mon, 17 Jul 2023 09:00:00 -0400 Ukraine's Next Move, with Mark Temnycky Atlantic Council's Mark Temnycky joins "Doorstep" co-hosts Tatiana Serafin and Nikolas Gvosdev to unpack the latest news and conflicting reports about the war in Ukraine. Thu, 13 Jul 2023 11:46:00 -0400 Ethics on Film: Discussion of "RRR" "RRR" is arguably the most globally successful Indian film ever made. This review discusses the themes of this epic film and looks at ethical issues related to politics, colonialism, religion, and class. Wed, 12 Jul 2023 12:00:00 -0400 Ethical Tensions of Track Two Dialogues and Cluster Munitions Senior Fellow Nikolas Gvosdev analyzes new ethical tensions around ongoing U.S. support of Ukraine. Mon, 10 Jul 2023 12:18:00 -0400 Achieving an International Framework for the Governance of AI Senior Fellows Wendell Wallach and Anja Kaspersen argue in favor of a robust framework for the international governance of AI. Fri, 07 Jul 2023 12:49:00 -0400 The Case for a Global AI Observatory (GAIO), 2023 Making the case for a "Global AI Observatory" (GAIO) noting six main areas of activity for more serious regulation of AI. Thu, 06 Jul 2023 11:59:00 -0400 A Framework for the International Governance of AI Carnegie Council, in collaboration with IEEE, proposes a five-part AI governance framework to enable the constructive use of AI. Wed, 05 Jul 2023 12:42:00 -0400 A Conversation with Carnegie Ethics Fellow Ebuka Okoli This new interview series profiles members of the inaugural Carnegie Ethics Fellows cohort. This discussion features Ebuka Okoli, a graduate student and teaching assistant at the School of Communication at Illinois State University. Tue, 27 Jun 2023 09:30:00 -0400 A Conversation with Carnegie Ethics Fellow Christine Jakobson This new interview series profiles members of the inaugural Carnegie Ethics Fellows cohort. This discussion features Christine Jakobson, an associate principal at Principia Advisory. Tue, 27 Jun 2023 09:30:00 -0400 Model International Mobility Convention: An Inter-American System of human rights reflection on the non-criminalization principle This paper aims to provide an Inter-American reflection on the Model International Mobility Convention (MIMC). Fri, 23 Jun 2023 09:20:00 -0400 Sportswashing's Global Rise, with Sarath Ganji Sarath Ganji, founding director of the Autocracy and Global Sports Initiative, joins Doorstep co-hosts Tatiana Serafin and Nikolas Gvosdev, to explain what sportswashing entails. Wed, 21 Jun 2023 12:33:00 -0400 When McKinsey Comes to Town, with Walt Bogdanich & Michael Forsythe "New York Times" journalists Walt Bogdanich and Michael Forsythe discuss their book "When McKinsey Comes to Town" with "Doorstep" co-hosts Nikolas Gvosdev and Tatiana Serafin. Wed, 14 Jun 2023 13:54:00 -0400 Accidents, with Jessie Singer In this episode, journalist Jessie Singer challenges our conventional thinking on accidents, discussing why the majority of accidents are predictable and preventable. Tue, 13 Jun 2023 08:54:00 -0400 C2GTalk: How can solar radiation modification governance account for different political and ethical perspectives? with Maarten van Aalst Solar radiation modification may one day be needed to reduce climate risks, but great uncertainties remain, and more research and inclusive governance is needed to assess it, says Maarten Van Aalst, during a  "C2GTalk." That requires discussions at all levels with people from a range of political and ethical backgrounds, in ways which respect different perspectives. Mon, 12 Jun 2023 09:11:00 -0400 Are We Automating the Banality and Radicality of Evil? Current iterations of AI are increasingly able to encourage subservience to a non-human master, telling potentially systematic untruths with emphatic confidence. Mon, 05 Jun 2023 12:34:00 -0400 To Engage or Not Engage: Ethical Challenges and Tradeoffs for U.S. Statecraft in 2023 Approaches for policymakers to consider when grappling with the ethical questions of whether and how to engage with authoritarian or increasingly illiberal states and actors. Wed, 31 May 2023 11:41:00 -0400 C2GTalk: How can the world put justice at the heart of governing climate-altering technologies? with Kumi Naidoo Governing climate-altering technologies fairly will be very challenging, says Kumi Naidoo. Nonetheless, it will be crucial to put justice at the heart of these considerations. Wed, 31 May 2023 09:00:00 -0400 Expectations, with David Robson In this episode, host Hilary Sutcliffe explores . . . expectation from another angle. Her guest David Robson delves into the science of expectation in his award-winning new book "The Expectation Effect." They discuss how changes in our expectations can have dramatic effects on our bodies, minds, actions, and life outcomes. Tue, 30 May 2023 09:00:00 -0400 Silicon Valley is knowingly violating ethical AI principles. Society can’t respond if we let disagreements poison the debate. With criticism of ChatGPT much in the news, we are also increasingly hearing about disagreements among thinkers who are critical of AI, writes Carnegie-Uehiro Fellow Wendell Wallach. While debate about such an important issue is natural and expected, we can’t allow differences to paralyze our very ability to make progress on AI ethics at this pivotal time. Wed, 24 May 2023 09:49:00 -0400 Sitting on the Sidelines: The Global Divide on Ukraine Carnegie Council President Joel Rosenthal reflects on the global divide in relation to Russia's invasion of Ukraine. Mon, 22 May 2023 09:00:00 -0400 Ourselves at Work, with Gabriella Braun In this episode host Hilary Sutcliffe explores . . . ourselves at work from another angle. She talks with Gabriella Braun about her intriguing book "All That We Are," which in a series of compelling stories about company problems, strips away the outward trappings of status, power, and even our skills and experience, and shows that what goes on beneath, and in our past, is what really drives our behavior Tue, 16 May 2023 09:25:00 -0400 C2GTalk: Should the Caribbean region be involved in solar radiation modification research? with Michael Taylor Caribbean countries have led the global push to limit warming to 1.5°C because the impacts of going above that would be so severe for their future wellbeing. In a "C2GTalk," University of the West Indies' Professor Michael Taylor said it was important for the region to be involved in the research and governance of solar radiation modification Mon, 15 May 2023 08:33:00 -0400 Ethics and the New Space Boom, with Brian Weeden With a new space boom underway, ethical concerns are emerging regarding the responsibilities of new actors and how to adapt space governance policies to protect space security. Brian Weeden, a space sustainability expert from Secure World Foundation, joins Amelia Mae Wolf to give listeners an understanding of these ethical challenges. Fri, 12 May 2023 08:48:00 -0400 The Global Impact of Sudan's Current Crisis, with Christopher Tounsel What does the escalating conflict in Sudan mean for the country, the region, and the world? University of Washington's Christopher Tounsel, joins "Doorstep" co-hosts Tatiana Serafin and Nikolas Gvosdev to map the strategic importance of Sudan to global trade and security and much more. Wed, 10 May 2023 16:33:00 -0400 Ethics & International Affairs Volume 37.1 (Spring 2023) The editors of "Ethics & International Affairs" are pleased to present the Spring 2023 issue of the journal! The highlight of this issue is a symposium organized by Scott D. Sagan on nuclear ethics, featuring contributions by Joseph S. Nye, Jr., Sagan, Sharon K. Weiner, and Joan Rohlfing. Wed, 10 May 2023 10:49:00 -0400 A New Era for "Ethics & International Affairs" The editors of Carnegie Council's quarterly journal "Ethics & International Affairs" are proud to announce the beginning of a new era in our publishing history. Starting with the Spring 2023 issue, "EIA" will be a digital-only quarterly. It also has a redesigned website. Thu, 04 May 2023 10:34:00 -0400 Regulation, with Christopher Hodges In this episode, host Hilary Sutcliffe explores . . . regulation from another angle. The basis of most regulation and criminal justice is the concept of instilling fear of consequences, but Oxford’s Christopher Hodges, a legal scientist and former regulator, explains that in reality this is not true and why it often does the opposite, increasing the chances of further bad conduct. Does “outcome-based cooperative regulation” hold more promise? Tue, 02 May 2023 09:06:00 -0400 Chip War: The Fight for the World's Most Critical Technology, with Chris Miller In "Chip War," economic historian Chris Miller explains how America’s advantage in the chip market led to economic and military superiority, and what it could mean if China catches up. In this virtual book talk, Miller and "Doorstep" co-hosts Tatiana Serafin and Nikolas Gvosdev discuss politics, economics, and technology, and vital role played by chips. Wed, 26 Apr 2023 13:30:00 -0400 Large language models don’t need a pause on research, they need an immediate product recall. Hilary Sutcliffe, member of the AIEI Board of Advisors, says that large language models like ChatGPT and Bard should be immediately recalled, as they have proven to be harmful to society in ways that humans cannot predict. Wed, 26 Apr 2023 08:54:00 -0400