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Electoral Manipulation: Undermining Democracy and Inciting Violence

Mitchell LevinsonBard CollegeUndergraduate Written Collaboratively with teacher/administrator Brian Mateo (Bard College).Democratic systems have historically tried to generate popular confidence in governmental entities and encourage people to participate in the system. Despite recent worldwide reforms made to ensure free and fair elections, authoritarian governments still limit suffrage. Ballot tampering, violent boycotts, and discrimination are trends in both free and autocratic societies.…See More
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Electoral Manipulation: Undermining Democracy and Inciting Violence

Mitchell LevinsonBard CollegeUndergraduate Written Collaboratively with teacher/administrator Brian Mateo (Bard College).Democratic systems have historically tried to generate popular confidence in governmental entities and encourage people to participate in the system. Despite recent worldwide reforms made to ensure free and fair elections, authoritarian governments still limit suffrage. Ballot tampering, violent boycotts, and discrimination are trends in both free and autocratic societies.…See More
Jan 1
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Bard College Berlin Participates in Global Ethics Day 2017

Bard College Berlin’s Politics, Rhetoric and Debate Society and the Berlin Debating Union e.V. debated the motion "This house would prefer the rule of the philosopher king to a tyrannical democracy" in a public event. Based on Plato's "Republic" the debate discussed the role of philosophy in politics and the different…See More
Nov 4, 2017
Brian Mateo's blog post was featured

Bard College Berlin Participates in Global Ethics Day 2017

Bard College Berlin’s Politics, Rhetoric and Debate Society and the Berlin Debating Union e.V. debated the motion "This house would prefer the rule of the philosopher king to a tyrannical democracy" in a public event. Based on Plato's "Republic" the debate discussed the role of philosophy in politics and the different…See More
Nov 4, 2017
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Assistant Dean of Civic Engagement
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Bard College
What are your interests and areas of expertise in international relations?
Conservation, Culture, Democracy, Diplomacy, Education, Ethics, Globalization, Governance, Health, Human Rights, Innovation, Justice, Security, Sustainability, Technology, Trade, War, Youth
Tell everyone a little about yourself and what you hope to gain from the Global Ethics Network.
My name is Brian Mateo and I serve as Associate Fellow at the World Policy Institute (WPI) in New York City, Assistant Dean of Civic Engagement and Special Assistant for Admission and Early College Outreach at Bard College. I was recently was selected to be a “New Leader” at the Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs.

I hope to meet others who are interested in ethics in international affairs and be able learn from them as well as contribute my expertise to the field.

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Electoral Manipulation: Undermining Democracy and Inciting Violence

Posted on December 31, 2017 at 11:25pm 0 Comments

Mitchell Levinson

Bard College

Undergraduate 

Written Collaboratively with teacher/administrator Brian Mateo (Bard College).

Democratic systems have historically tried to generate popular confidence in governmental entities and encourage people to participate in the system. Despite recent worldwide reforms made to ensure free and fair elections, authoritarian governments still limit suffrage. Ballot tampering, violent boycotts, and discrimination are trends in…

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Bard College Berlin Participates in Global Ethics Day 2017

Posted on November 4, 2017 at 11:10am 0 Comments

Bard College Berlin’s Politics, Rhetoric and Debate Society and the Berlin Debating Union e.V. debated the motion "This house would prefer the rule of the philosopher king to a tyrannical democracy" in a public event. Based on Plato's "Republic" the debate discussed the role of…
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Bard Early College New Orleans Participates in Global Ethics Day '17

Posted on October 20, 2017 at 3:30pm 0 Comments

Bard Early College New Orleans (BECNO), taught a class by using the definition of ethics/morals/norms exercise from the Carnegie website (https://www.carnegiecouncil.org/education/002/normsmoralsethics) to work through the ethicis of identity. In paritcular, they discussed what K. Anthony Appiah called "an ethics of authenticity" that attends any moral discussion of Identity,…

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Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University participates in Global Ethics Day '17

Posted on October 20, 2017 at 3:30pm 0 Comments

In the framework of this day Mariami Khatiashvili, chairperson of American Studies Students Scientific Group at Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, made a speaker program about ethics in international affairs and ethical dimensions of FDR's four freedoms, highlighting each freedom as a moral principle in U.S. foreign policy. Students from the American Studies BA students from Tbilisi State University attended the program. #globalethicsday2017…

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