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Posted by Al LeBlanc on May 11, 2019 at 8:56am 0 Comments

"In proportion as the structure of a government gives force to pubic opinion, it is essential that public opinion should be enlightened ." George Washington

Comment:  The Information Age/Evolving CyberWarfare/World-Wide Web Dis-Information/ Politics/Propaganda/Lies make it "essential that public opinion" be aware/educated on: "fake news" special/foreign interests. Carnegie might consider deploying some of its cyber/educational  assets to reaching a broader audience ?"

Josephine Marrocco Wins 2019 Carnegie Council Student Research Conference: Topic, AIDS Crisis in Russia

Posted by Carnegie Council on May 10, 2019 at 4:36pm 0 Comments

On May 3, Carnegie Council held its fifth annual student conference at its headquarters in New York City.

This year, the Council received 36 applications from 12 universities around the New York City area and across the United States. Out of the 36 applications, 11 projects, including one group project from The New School, were selected to present at the conference.

The winning presentation was by Josephine Marrocco of Fordham University in New York. Her presentation was titled, "Sex, Drugs and Propaganda: Why AIDS persists in the Russian Federation." It examined the use of government propaganda in the context of Russia's AIDS crisis.

For more on Marrocco's research, read her email …

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Help us to Make Ethics Matter: Spring Fund Drive 2019

Posted by Carnegie Council on May 1, 2019 at 10:47am 0 Comments

Carnegie Council fosters a worldwide conversation about the global problems that affect all of us—from Manhattan's Upper East Side to Rio's favelas, from boardrooms in Brussels to classrooms in Shanghai.

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The Uniform Civil Code - A Hindu Supremacy ?

Posted by Harikeshav. Narayan on April 30, 2019 at 4:36am 0 Comments

Uniform Civil Code – Hindu Mahasabha ?

Pluralism, a system in which multiple ethnic groups coexist, respecting all traditions and beliefs respectively. India is said to be the living embodiment of this definition. However, incorporating all of these beliefs into the Indian constitution would double its already colossal size. Considering this, Our Indian government allows its citizens to preach their respective personal laws, leaving religious governance to the people themselves. However in case of religious conflict the state government intervenes and passes a substantial resolution. But were the makers of the constitution pluralistic? The makers of the constitution incorporated the principle of state intervention in case of religious turmoil, implying an active relationship between the people and their respective state governments. India is a secular country, but the Hindu population…

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