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Syria: Two Positions to Consider

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Winners of Carnegie Council's 2017 International Student Photo Contest on Climate Change

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Carnegie Council is delighted to announce the winners of its fifth annual International Student Photography Contest. The topic was Climate Change. We asked for photos that show examples of climate change OR examples of combating or adapting to climate change.

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Just Out: "Ethics & International Affairs" Winter 2017 Issue

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We are pleased to present the Winter 2017 issue of Ethics & International Affairs!

This issue contains essays by Jonathan D. Caverley on how to slow the proliferation of major conventional weapons and Janos Pasztor on why…

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Carnegie Council Appoints Nine Fellows for the Project, "The Living Legacy of the First World War"

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Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs is pleased to announce the selection of nine fellows who will receive stipends and other support to pursue research under the project "The Living Legacy of the First World War." The project is supported by a grant from the Richard Lounsbery Foundation. The selected fellows will pursue original research and writing for…

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At 11:21am on January 7, 2015, Anri Abuladze said…

Please, tell me when the result will be ready of ,,Bettere Future" (If you know) :) 

At 8:25am on January 15, 2014, Made Wahyu Mahendra said…

Thank you fo accepting me to join this group.I am from Bali, Indonesia I am highly interested in the development of cultural education in many nations. It will be very helpful to learn from many great people around the world. Knowing others' culture will help us to understand each other and live together as one...

At 4:00pm on April 17, 2013, Emily Rosman said…

Thanks! It's a print by Jenny Liz Rome (http://jennylizrome.tumblr.com/) called Bright Pink. She mixes all sorts of textures and colors and does some pretty cool portraits of women. I think she's based in Toronto. :)

At 12:57pm on February 24, 2013, raimundo gonzález said…

It is very important to recapture the human security network and to further advance th ODM of th Un of ODM sustainable

At 8:46pm on February 17, 2013, Kathryn Martin said…

I did see the Trans-Pacific Students Contest. I definitely think TFC could get involved! Does one have to be a current student, though? Not many of us are. Thanks for your message!

At 5:22pm on February 11, 2013, Stephanie Cullers said…

Thank you. I appreciate the opportunity to become involved.  

At 9:42am on December 4, 2012, Ashleigh Long said…

Thanks for the heads up about the HIV travel ban article! It is definitely a topic of civil rights that needs to be explored, and I will be glad to do it!

At 12:52pm on October 23, 2012, Sean Martin said…

Thanks for the add, Evan. This is a great idea. Looking forward to getting involved with CCEIA again.

At 5:02am on May 31, 2012, Alexander Doty said…

Yes. indeed. In fact, he left all but a small part of his entire fortune for the purpose of preventing war. Is the Carnegie Council associated with this network the Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs?

At 3:24am on May 30, 2012, Alexander Doty said…

I am pleased to be part of this network. What would Andrew Carnegie say about the present US foreign policy as expressed in its deeds? Would he be a supporter of the new world order as it has evolved?

 
 
 

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