Betty Jean Stoneman
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Utah Valley University
What are your interests and areas of expertise in international relations?
Culture, Democracy, Environment, Ethics, Gender, Globalization, Governance, Human Rights, Justice, Peace, Poverty, Religion, Sustainability, War
Tell everyone a little about yourself and what you hope to gain from the Global Ethics Network.
I am a philosophy major with minors in ethics and peace and justice studies. I hope to connect with like minded individuals and share information and knowledge by joining the Global Ethics Network.

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Women, War, and Peacebuilding Conference

Posted on December 22, 2015 at 3:27pm 0 Comments

JustPeace: A Journal of Creativity and Multivocality Vol. 4, No. 1 Fall 2015

Posted on November 25, 2015 at 2:06pm 0 Comments

We have just completed our Fall 2015 edition and are excited to present it to you! In this edition:

William Sheehan, “What is the Value of a Life? The Rise of the Issue of the Abductions of Japanese Citizens by North Korea and Its International Implications”

Bibhusha Karki, “We Return Home in Boxes”

Jessica K. Kratzer, “Focus on Peace: A Photo Documentary Series of the Peace Day Philly March on September 21st, 2013”

Paul Wilcox, “Strengthening the Democratic…

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Call For Papers - Undergraduate and Graduate Students and Artists

Posted on July 3, 2015 at 7:20pm 2 Comments

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The Future of U.S., Indonesia and Asian Relations? A Foundation of Empathy

Posted on April 29, 2015 at 2:50pm 0 Comments

Along the interstate in Salt Lake City, United States sits a massive shopping mall replete with all the material comforts one can imagine. Its large electronic billboard flashes through the names of the stores in the mall, but between every few names a simple sign glares at the cars passing along the interstate. The sign has a black backdrop with white writing. The writing says simply, in all capitals, “SHOP EVERYDAY.” Drivers pass by isolated in their own vehicles with stereos turned up and…

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Climate Change and the Power to Act: An Ethical Approach for Practical Progress

Robyn Eckersley, Ronny Jumeau, Darrel Moellendorf, and Suma Peesapati each discuss how we can advance climate justice globally and locally in the years ahead. These clips summarize the participants' comments made as part of a roundtable hosted by the Carnegie Council's journal, Ethics & International Affairs, at the International Studies Association's Annual Convention, which took place in April 2018.

Global Ethics Forum Preview: The Return of Marco Polo's World, with Robert D. Kaplan

On the Global Ethics Forum series finale, best-selling author Robert Kaplan discusses China's global ambitions in an increasingly connected world. In this excerpt Kaplan discusses some of the underreported aspects of China's Belt and Road Initiative. Thanks for watching!

The Zero Tolerance Migration Policy: Two Moral Objections

"The ends do not always justify the means, especially when children are involved." It's important to lay out all the ways Trump's policy of separating migrant children from their parents is morally wrong. Here are two of them.

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