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Nonresident Senior Fellow
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Brookings Institution
What are your interests and areas of expertise in international relations?
Ethics, Globalization, Governance
Tell everyone a little about yourself and what you hope to gain from the Global Ethics Network.
I work on global civics and have recently become a Global Ethics Fellow at the Carnegie Council.

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The good news which we missed

Posted on January 30, 2015 at 4:08pm 0 Comments

A paper which tries to identify some good news for the new year: 

http://valdaiclub.com/publication/75221.html

Global Civics Academy. May interest faculty and students?

Posted on December 5, 2013 at 3:30pm 2 Comments

Global Civics Academy offers a new online course on Global Civics. The course covers issues ranging from climate change to pandemics. Students will examine which centripetal forces are pushing us together, and how they can be managed. The course will survey our options to manage our increasing global interdependence, and will provide the tools for each student to come up with their own version of a global civics.



Lecturers include Hakan Altinay of the Brookings Institution, Amar… Continue

Global Civics Documentary in Six Languages

Posted on February 7, 2013 at 1:14pm 0 Comments

Jian Yi's documentary, Global Civics, has been one of the more popular videos at the Global Ethics Network, and now it is available in six languages. The links are below. In this documentary, ordinary people in nine countries -including workers in South Africa, businessmen in Argentina, China and Turkey, students in India and United States- thoughtfully debate whether a global civics is desirable and feasible. New language options will make the documentary more accessible to students around…

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