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Michaela studies political science and and Jewish studies at the City College of New York. She also studies Arabic and Hebrew. She possesses a strong interest in international relations and international law, with a focus in international human rights law and international humanitarian law. She plans on attending law school and pursuing a diplomatic career in U.S. foreign policy, focusing on the countries of the Middle East and North Africa. Through the Global Ethics Network, Michaela hopes to gain a deeper understanding of different regional, religious, and cultural perspectives on the ethical dimensions of international relations.
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Next time on Global Ethics Forum, Nexus Institute founder Rob Riemen delivers a stark warning about the rise of fascism in the United States and Europe. In this excerpt, Riemen discusses the features of fascism in the 21st century and why it needs to be called out.
"You can rest in despair or you can ask: "How can we harness our ingenuity and creativity and ability to cooperate in recognizing that we need to live more sustainably?" We need to be as creative about sustainability as we have been about exploitation." In that spirit here's a selection of Carnegie Council resources from the past year, in honor of Earth Day 2018.
A dialogue at Quail Ridge Country Club in Boynton Beach, Florida leads to questions about the efficacy of U.S. foreign policy, gender balance in international decision-making, and the connection between national service and involvement and interest in national affairs.